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California Court Provides Additional Guidance on Timecard Rounding, Grace Period Claims

USA - February 8 2017 Under California law, employers' policies may permit rounding of employee timecard entries to the nearest tenth of an hour (six minutes), the Fourth...

Evan D. Beecher, James T. Jones.

California Court Provides Additional Guidance on Timekeeping Rounding, Grace Period Claims

USA - February 8 2017 Under California law, employers’ policies may permit rounding of employee timecard entries to the nearest tenth of an hour (six minutes), the Fourth...

Evan D. Beecher, James T. Jones.

Class Action Trends Report Fall 2016

USA - September 28 2016 ABC Discount Superstores prides itself on undercutting any competitor's prices dash; and on its diversity in hiring and promotions. Consequently and...

Brian T. Benkstein, Michael A. Hood, Joel P. Kelly, Daniel L. Messeloff, Kenneth C. Weafer, Douglas J. Klein, Stephanie L. Goutos, Stephanie L. Adler-Paindiris, Chad D. Bernard, Elizabeth S. Gerling, Tony H. McGrath, Paul DeCamp, Ana C. Shields, Jeffrey W. Brecher, William J. Anthony, Paul Patten, L. Dale Owens, James A. McKenna, James M. McDonnell, Samia M. Kirmani, Richard S. Cohen, Charles F. Seemann III, Brett M. Anders, René E. Thorne, T. Chase Samples, Ashley Bryan Abel, Robert M. Pattison.

PAGA’s many unanswered questions

USA - April 21 2015 The legal pot is really boiling these days when it comes to civil penalty claims under the Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act. Many, if not...

Timekeeping rounding policies permitted, California court rules

USA - November 26 2012 Under California law, employers’ timekeeping policy that rounds employee punch-in and -out times to the nearest one-tenth of an hour is permissible, the California Court of Appeal has ruled...

James T. Jones.