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Plaintiffs Cannot Bring PAGA Claims If They Fail to Give Notice of a Representative Action

USA - March 8 2018 In Hamid H. Khan v. Dunn-Edwards Corporation (January 4, 2018), the California Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District held that the...

Hazel U. Poei.

California Supreme Court Denies Review of Castro-Ramirez Decision California Employers Must Consider Leave Accommodation for Employees Caring for Disabled Family Members

USA - December 8 2016 In Castro Ramirez v. Dependable Highway Express, Inc., the employee alleged that he was terminated from employment after he made complaints about...

Susan E. Groff.

Calculation of California Paid Sick Leave May Spook Employers

USA - October 31 2016 As if paid sick leave wasn’t scary enough! From accrual methods, to the protections provided to the time off, to the varying (and ever growing) laws...

Susan E. Groff.

California Court of Appeal Finds Employer’s Denial of Accommodation to a Nondisabled Employee May Be Evidence of an Associational Disability Discrimination Claim

USA - September 1 2016 On August 29, 2016, the California Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District reversed summary judgment earlier awarded to the employer in...

Susan E. Groff.

“Ban the Box” - California Employers Are Cautioned When Using Criminal Records in Hiring Decisions

USA - August 18 2016 By now, California employers are probably aware of the “Ban the Box” movement sweeping the nation. Lawmakers and government agencies aim to provide...