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The Ninth Circuit, mandatory arbitration agreements, and “clown bop bags”

USA - September 20 2021 Employers operating in California often ask employees to agree to arbitrate employment-related disputes as a term and condition of employment. In its…

Ryan J. Evans.

New Emergency Ordinance Requires San Francisco Employers to Guarantee Reemployment tor Certain Employees Laid Off Due to COVID-19

USA - July 7 2020 Due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), many San Francisco businesses have closed in order to contain the spread of the pandemic, resulting in…

J. Drei Munar.

New York Federal Court limits accessibility litigation by strictly construing the standing requirement

USA - January 8 2020 Could the onslaught of anticipated accessibility litigation surrounding Braille Gift Cards in 2020 be limited by a strict construction of the ADA…

Alyson Brown.

California DFEH updates FAQ on sexual harassment prevention training in light of new deadline to comply

USA - January 7 2020 The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (“DFEH”) recently updated its Sexual Harassment Prevention Training FAQ guidance to address…

Katherine P. Sandberg, Ryan M. Bates.

The Next Wave of Accessibility Litigation in the Retail Industry: Braille Gift Cards

USA - November 6 2019 For the past few years, retailers have been confronted with a tidal wave of litigation alleging that their websites are inaccessible in violation of…

Torsten M. Kracht, Ryan P. Phair.