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Oh, the Places the California Supremes Will Go!

USA - December 28 2018 Seyfarth Synopsis: With apologies to Dr. Seuss, we’ve penned an ode to the judicial chaos of the year just past, highlighted by three California...


When it comes to paying employees final wages, ti-i-i-ime is not on your side: a refresher on Labor Code 203

USA - October 29 2014 When you dismiss an employee for poor performance, or when he beats you to the punch by quitting on you, you rarely feel the urge to rush that...


New decisions support waiver of class and representative arbitration claims

USA - October 22 2014 A California appellate court and two federal district courts in California have issued significant rulings addressing class and representative action...

Kristen Agnew, Jeffrey A. Berman.


One of these things is not like the others: some class representatives just don’t belong

USA - July 19 2014 A seemingly never ending wave of call center class actions has been leveled against employers in recent years. The hallmark of these suits invariably...


On call vs. on duty: I’m about to lose control and I think I like it!

USA - May 28 2014 It is a fairly common practice for companies to have non-exempt employees available by phone at the drop of a hat to respond to emergencies and other...