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Coming in 2020: Seven New Laws Ratcheting Up the Regulation of Employment in California

USA - October 14 2019 The California Legislature has been particularly busy this year passing new laws regulating employment. The new statutes address wide-ranging topics...

Jennifer S. Baldocchi, Stephen L. Berry, Jeffrey D. Wohl.

California Takes the Lead on MeToo Legislation

USA - October 16 2018 The MeToo Movement has inspired the California Legislature to enact a series of new laws to prevent and eliminate sexual misconduct in the workplace...

Jeffrey D. Wohl.

Prior Salary in Employment Decisions: California Changes and Attempts to Clarify Recent Salary History Ban and Fair Pay Act Legislation

USA - August 1 2018 All California employers should be aware of important revisions to California’s “Salary History Ban” (Labor Code section 432.3) and “Fair Pay Act”...

Nancy L Abell, Barbara B. Brown, Carson H. Sullivan, Kenneth M. Willner, George W. Abele, Leslie L. Abbott, Zach Hutton, Felicia A. Davis, Tammy R. Daub, Jarryd M. Cooper, Neal D. Mollen, Kenneth W. Gage, Jon A. Geier, Zina Deldar.

Another State Moves to Ban Salary History Inquiries by Prospective Employers

USA - April 17 2018 The focus on the pay gap continues, this time in the New York State legislature. On the heels of the Ninth Circuit’s decision in Rizo v. Yovino read...

Barbara B. Brown, Carson H. Sullivan, Kenneth M. Willner, Leslie L. Abbott, Felicia A. Davis, Stefanee J. Handon, Tammy R. Daub, Alison M. Lewandowski, M'Alyssa C. Mecenas, Neal D. Mollen, Kenneth W. Gage, Jon A. Geier, Zina Deldar.

Rizo v. Yovino: En Banc Ninth Circuit Holds That Salary History Is Not a Justification for Gender Wage Gap

USA - April 12 2018 This week, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals created new law by holding that an employer cannot use past salary, either alone or in combination with...

Nancy L Abell, Barbara B. Brown, Carson H. Sullivan, Kenneth M. Willner, Leslie L. Abbott, Felicia A. Davis, Stefanee J. Handon, Tammy R. Daub, Jarryd M. Cooper, M'Alyssa C. Mecenas, Neal D. Mollen, Kenneth W. Gage, Jon A. Geier, Zina Deldar.