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California Employment Law Notes

USA - March 12 2019 After 41 years, singersongwriter Edward Joseph Mahoney (aka "Eddie Money") terminated the employment of Glenn Symmonds (the band's drummer) in...

California Class Actions and PAGA (“Prettymuch All is Going to the Attorneys”) Claims Continue to Overwhelm the State

USA - February 4 2019 We have reported before about the huge jury verdicts that get handed out in California with alarming regularity and California’s sustained 1 ranking...

Cole D. Lewis.

LA Times Wins Lawsuit Against Former Freelancer

USA - January 23 2019 The California Court of Appeal affirmed dismissal of a former freelancer's defamation and employment-related claims against the Times...

The Electric Scooter Craze: What Can Employers Do to Protect Themselves from Potential Liability?

USA - December 3 2018 If you haven’t ridden one yet, it’s likely you’ve had one fly by you on the sidewalk. Electric scooters - or e-scooters - have quickly descended upon...

Cole D. Lewis.

California Has a New Governor - Will it Make Much Difference for Employers?

USA - November 9 2018 After Jerry Brown’s second set of 8 years in office (1975-83 and 2011-19), employers now look to Governor-Elect Gavin Newsom for what’s in store for...

Cole D. Lewis.