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Oxford Health Plans LLC v. Sutter: you get what you bargain for, including the “good, bad, or ugly”

USA - June 17 2013 Ever have that feeling that your arbitrator just doesn't understand you? You may be right, but there's not much you can do about it. A recent…

Joseph C. Liburt, Michelle O'Meara.

Prisoner 24601 may report for duty, says the EEOC

USA - April 17 2013 Can the EEOC require employers to hire convicted criminals? Last April, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC") issued a policy…

David Lucero, Gary R. Siniscalco.

Required extension of statutory pregnancy leave as a reasonable accommodation

USA - February 27 2013 In a case of first impression, the Second Appellate District in California, recently took an expansive view of pregnancy leave rights for employees…

Aubry R. Holland, Patricia K. Gillette.

California Court of Appeal overturns $1.3 million in damages and attorneys’ fees against Lucasfilm for failure to give instruction on business judgment

USA - December 19 2012 On December 10, 2012, in Veronese v. Lucasfilm Ltd., a California Court of Appeal overturned a Marin County jury’s verdict against Lucasfilm based on its finding that several errors in jury instructions prejudicially affected the verdict.

Gary R. Siniscalco, Steve Chariyasatit.

Harris v. Superior Court, No. B195121 (Cal. App. July 23, 2012)

USA - August 1 2012 Is it “here we go again” for Harris?

Jinnifer D. Pitcher, Mike Delikat.