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Ninth Circuit Voids “No Re-Hire” Provision in Settlement Agreement Between Employer and Former Employee

USA - August 2 2018 InGolden v. California Emergency Physicians Medical Group, et al., a divided Ninth Circuit panel held that a settlement agreement between a doctor and...

Amber S. Healy, Jon M. Setoguchi.

ICE Expects Increase in I-9 Audits

USA - May 25 2018 Derek Benner, acting executive director for ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) told the The Associated Press that in addition to an increase...

Jonathan Judge, Jonathan S. Vick.

MeToo Movement Spurs Proposed Legislation, New EEOC Guidance, and Dramatic Uptick in Harassment Claims

USA - November 30 2017 With new allegations of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, and sexual assault surfacing almost daily, harassment is getting more attention in the...

Jonathan Judge.

California Supreme Court Prohibits On-Duty and On-Call Rest Breaks for Employees

USA - December 29 2016 On December 22, 2016, the California Supreme Court reinstated a trial court’s award of $90 million against a security company, ABM Security Services...

Casandra P. Secord, Paul G. Szumiak.

New California Law Protects Workers from Indoor Heat Exposure

USA - October 20 2016 Governor Brown recently signed SB 1167, which goes into effect on January 1, 2017. The new law directs CalOSHA to draft and propose heat illness and...

Robert Fried, Joseph N. Akrotirianakis, Thomas A. Lenz, Brigham M. Cheney.