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California Appellate Rulings Give Employers Some Good News On Break Premiums

USA - December 3 2019 The filing of class actions against California employers for meal and rest break violations remain as prevalent as ever, but the California Courts of...

Tao Leung.

It’s Not Just California with an Employee-Friendly Worker Misclassification Test: Massachusetts was an Early Adopter

USA - October 15 2019 The legal community paid close attention to the California Supreme Court’s 2018 Dynamex decision which adopted a strict test to curtail...

David W.D. Mitchell, Jody L. Newman.

California “MeToo” Bills Broaden the Scope of State Civil Rights and Sexual Assault Laws

USA - October 3 2019 Following in the wake of the MeToo movement, two new bills adopted by the California Legislature will expand the temporal scope of state-law...

Tao Leung.

Out of the Frying Pan: California’s New Contractor Law Answers Some Questions, Creates Many More

USA - September 27 2019 On September 18, 2019, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law a bill that attempts to settle some of the ambiguity that remained...

Tao Leung, Ashley King, Felipe Vázquez.

In a Victory for Employers, Supreme Court Requires Express Consent to Class Arbitrations

USA - April 26 2019 The Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that a court cannot force class arbitration unless both the employer and the employee clearly agreed to class...

Tao Leung, Michael E. DeLarco.