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Wage Statements May Contain Fictitious Business Names, California Court of Appeal Affirms

USA - May 1 2019 While best practices would be to use the employer’s registered name, a recent Court of Appeal opinion has upheld an employer’s use of its fictitious...

James C. Anderson.

California Appellate Court Rejects Legislative Attempt to Circumvent Federal Arbitration Act on Claims Involving the Ralph Act and Bane Act

USA - April 16 2018 In Saheli v. White Memorial Medical Center (B283217, Cal. Ct. App., March 14, 2018), the Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District addressed...

Dale R. Kuykendall.

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...

David S. Bradshaw, James T. Jones.

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...

David S. Bradshaw, James T. Jones.

New California Law Limits Employers’ Ability To Inquire Into Juvenile Criminal History

USA - October 19 2016 On September 27, 2016, Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1843, which prohibits certain inquiries into the criminal past of applicants for...

Dale R. Kuykendall.