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SCOTUS Puts the Brakes on Arbitration: Contract Drivers Engaged in Interstate Commerce Can Litigate in Court

USA - January 16 2019 Arbitration of employment claims continues to be a hot topic at the Supreme Court. In a unanimous 8-0 decision yesterday (Justice Kavanaugh recused)...

Ariel D. Fenster, Esteban (Steve) Shardonofsky.

Into the Weeds: Will California Employment Law Protect Medical Marijuana Users?

USA - March 12 2018 Californiaalready famous (or infamous) as a sanctuary in the immigration areacould soon become a sanctuary for medical marijuana users. A proposed...

Jinouth Vasquez Santos, Jennifer L. Mora, Frederick T. Smith.

California Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument to Define “Independent Contractor”

USA - February 7 2018 As outlined in a previous blog article, the decision in Dynamex Operations v. Superior Court will be extremely important for all companies that use...

Rabia Z. Reed.

California Supreme Court Set to Address Fate of Independent Contracting

USA - May 10 2017 The California Supreme Court, in Dynamex Operations v. Superior Court, has agreed to address the legal standard for determining whether a worker...

Leo Q. Li.

Cash Now or Paid Time Off Later? House Passes FLSA Amendment to Permit Private Sector Comp Time

USA - May 5 2017 On May 2, 2017, the House of Representatives passed a bill amending the Fair Labor Standards Act to permit private employees to choose to take paid...