State and Local Enforcement Project
- Report Discussion: A Role for State Attorneys General in a Just Transition: December 15, 2022, featuring Dana Johnson, Director, Federal Policy Office, WE ACT for Environmental Justice; Lara Skinner, Director, Labor Leading on Climate Initiative, Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations; Bethany David Noll, Executive Director, State Energy & Environmental Impact Center, NYU School of Law; Terri Gerstein, Director, State and Local Enforcement Project, Harvard Labor and Worklife Program, moderated by Tiernaur Anderson, Senior Digital and Communications Specialist, State Energy & Environmental Impact Center, NYU School of Law. Recording.
- Laboratories of Experimentation: Local Governments at the Forefront of Advancing Workers’ Rights, October 12, 2022, featuring Boston Mayor Michelle Wu; New York City Comptroller Brad Lander; Durham City Council Member Jillian Johnson; Seattle City Council Member Teresa Mosqueda; SEIU 32BJ General Counsel Katchen Locke; Local Progress Policy Director LiJia Gong; and Director of State and Local Enforcement Project (Harvard Labor and Worklife Program) Terri Gerstein. Hosted by Harvard Labor and Worklife Program and Local Progress.
- Criminal Enforcement of Environmental Violations 3: Workplace Safety Prosecutions, webinar hosted by NYU State Energy & Environmental Impact Center, September 12, 2022.
- Video recording of Economic Justice panel webinar hosted by Travis County DA’s office (Austin TX), September 8, 2021
- Using Consumer Laws to Protect Workers from Corporate Fraud and Misconduct: Recording: July 28, 2021: Hosted by the Economic Policy Institute, Harvard Labor and Worklife Program, National Consumer Law Center, and Towards Justice, this webinar provides a lively discussion among advocates, attorneys, academics, and current and former government officials about how consumer laws can be used to protect workers and address corporate abuse in the labor market. Featuring Veena Dubal, University of California Hastings College of Law; Seth Frotman, Student Borrower Protection Center; Terri Gerstein, Harvard Labor and Worklife Program and Economic Policy Institute; Patricio Marquez, Washington State Attorney General’s Office; Lorelei Salas, Open Society Foundations Leadership in Government Fellow; Hillary Schwab, Fair Work, P.C.; David Seligman, Towards Justice.
- Prosecutions of wage theft and other employer crimes, webinar hosted by Economic Policy Institute, May 18, 2021, featuring Boulder County (CO) District Attorney Michael Dougherty; Travis County (TX) District Attorney Jose Garza; Susan Crumb, Hennepin County Attorney’s Office (Minneapois, MN); Danielle Newsome, Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, moderated by Terri Gerstein, Director, State and Local Enforcement Project, Harvard Labor and Worklife Program.
- State Attorneys General as Protectors of Workers’ Rights, hosted by the Economic Policy Institute and the Harvard Labor and Worklife Program, December 3, 2020, featuring state attorney general office labor bureau chiefs from California (Satoshi Yanai), Illinois (Alvar Ayala), Massachusetts (Lauren Goldman Moran), New York (Karen Cacace); and Pennsylvania (Nancy Walker), moderated by Terri Gerstein, Director, State and Local Enforcement Project, Harvard Labor and Worklife Program.
- State AGs Protecting Workers’ Rights Roundtable, October 26, 2020, hosted by Harvard Labor and Worklife Program, featuring D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine, Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul, Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, moderated by Terri Gerstein, Director, State and Local Enforcement Project, Harvard Labor and Worklife Program. (available on this page, go to the black video space in the middle of the page).
- Albany Law School, Warren M. Anderson Series, The Gig Economy, May 28, 2020.