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Ninth Circuit Holds CBA Preempts California Overtime Claims

USA - February 5 2019 California has a reputation for strictly enforcing its wage and hour laws regardless of federal law or an agreement between the parties. But the...

Jeffrey S. Bosley.

Last Gasp for Narrow Rules Review? NLRB Holds Hospital Badge Policy Unlawfully Prevented Employees From Wearing Union Insignia

USA - April 25 2018 Long Beach Memorial Medical Center (called "MHS"), an acute care hospital, had a policy for direct care providers that stated "identification badge...

Henry E. Farber, Jeffrey S. Bosley.

California’s Proposition 64 Allows Employers to Continue Enforcing Drug-Free Workplace Policies

USA - November 11 2016 Employers with California operations may continue enforcing their drug-free workplace policies regardless of whether their employees use marijuana for...

Jeffrey S. Bosley.

California Employment Law Update: What’s New for 2016?

USA - December 21 2015 The California legislature continued its focus on expanding legal remedies for employees in California. Many of the new laws for 2016, such as the...

Nicholas A. Murray, John P. LeCrone, Judith Droz Keyes.