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Employees Calling In to Work Before a Scheduled On-Call Shift Are "Reporting for Work" and Entitled to Reporting Time Pay, California Appellate Court Concludes

USA - March 4 2019 When a California employee is scheduled for an on-call shift and company policy requires her to call in two hours beforehand to see whether she must…

The California Supreme Court To Decide Whether California’s Labor Laws Apply To Employees Who Work Only Partially In California

USA - August 16 2018 For a company that does 100 percent of its business in California and employs workers who perform 100 percent of their work in California, it would…

California Supreme Court: Employee Time Punches Are Presumptive Evidence of Meal Period Compliance

USA - February 25 2021 California’s Supreme Court issued an opinion today that will likely further increase employers’ risk of class action lawsuits arising out of meal…

Vartan S. Madoyan

California Enacts Anti-Arbitration Legislation, but Will the FAA Limit Its Potential Impact? Not Entirely.

USA - October 11 2019 On Oct. 10, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law an attempt by California’s Legislature to limit arbitration of claims under California’s…

John B. Lewis

"A to Z" of What California Employers Need to Know for 2019

USA - December 31 2018 With the New Year comes new laws that affect California employers. The following is the “A to Z” of changes in law that may affect your business in…

Monique Matar, Nicholas D. Poper, Sabrina L. Shadi