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DOJ argues that Title VII does not prohibit discrimination based on gender identity

USA - January 16 2019 On 24 October 2018 the US Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a brief in the Supreme Court arguing that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act does not...

Corwin J. Carr, Richard E. Nowak, Andrew S. Rosenman.

California appellate court holds individuals personally liable for civil penalties for wage and hour violations

USA - January 9 2019 In Atempa v Pedrazzani the California Court of Appeal for the Fourth Appellate District recently held that individuals can be held personally liable...

Corwin J. Carr, Richard E. Nowak, Andrew S. Rosenman.

The New Year Brings New Requirements for California Lawyers Representing Clients in Mediation

USA - January 2 2019 Effective January 1, 2019, California Senate Bill No. 954 will require California lawyers representing clients in connection with mediation to (1)...

Sarah E. Reynolds.

California appellate court rules that Dynamex test applies only to wage order claims

USA - January 2 2019 A California appellate court has ruled that the California Supreme Court's recent decision in Dynamex Operations West, Inc v Superior Court, which...

Corwin J. Carr, Richard E. Nowak, Andrew S. Rosenman.

New CA Laws on Gender Disparity, Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Take Effect in New Year

USA - December 14 2018 Starting January 1, 2019, a number of new laws inspired by the MeToo movement will take effect in California. The legislation will significantly...

Roxanne M. Wilson, John Zaimes.