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Key California Employment Law Cases: April 2020

USA - May 6 2020 An employer may use after-acquired evidence to show that a plaintiff is not a qualified individual under the Americans with…

Megan A. Mackie.

Key California Employment Law Cases: March 2020

USA - April 14 2020 Neither the Fair Labor Standards Act nor federal common law provide an employer with a right to seek contribution or indemnification from another…

Alejandro G. Ruiz, Rana Ayazi.

Families First Coronavirus Response Act: How to Measure the 500-Employee Threshold With More Than One Potential Employer

USA - March 27 2020 The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) sets a 500-employee threshold for purposes of the emergency paid sick leave and family medical…

Amy R. Patton.

Key California Employment Law Cases: February 2020

USA - March 9 2020 The time employees spent on Apple’s premises waiting for and undergoing a mandatory exit search of personal belongings was compensable as “hours…

Philip K Lem, Raymond J. Nhan.

You Can't Ask This: The Spread of Salary History Bans and What It Means for Employers

USA - February 19 2020 A growing number of state and local governments across the country are enacting laws that limit employers’ ability to ask about or consider…

Amy R. Patton.