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Increase in Minimum Wages and New Paid Sick Leave Obligations that Certain California Employers Must Comply with as Early as July...

Minimum Wage Increase for the City of Los Angeles and County of Los Angeles - Beginning on July 1, 2016, the minimum wage in the City of Los Angeles and any unincorporated area of Los Angeles County will increase to...more

A Good Deed Never Goes Unpunished When Applying California’s Wage Order Rules on Scheduling Rest Breaks

California courts continue to strictly enforce the State’s meal and rest break laws. A recent case highlights the importance of adopting statutorily appropriate employee rest break procedures. In Rodriguez v. E.M.E.,...more

Department of Labor Audits of Apparel Companies Beginning Early April 2016

Beginning in early April 2016, the United States Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division (“DOL”) will conduct random audits of at least one hundred Southern California companies in the apparel industry....more

Model Behavior? Brands Beware - U.S. Legal Changes Impact Use of Brand Ambassadors

Due to a recent increase in wage and hour claims in the entertainment industries, U.S. brands using models and spokespeople for their ads and marketing campaigns need to be conscious of how they treat talent who are not...more

California Trucking and Shipping Companies Must Evaluate Owner/Operator Relationships in Light of Los Angeles Superior Court...

Trucking companies that operate in California and also utilize independent contractor “owner-operators” to ship goods throughout the country must re-evaluate whether or not the contractors are misclassified in light of the...more

Points & Authorities - Summer 2013: Companies Beware When Using Models and Spokespeople in Advertisement Campaigns

Due to a recent increase in wage and hour claims in the entertainment industries, companies using models and spokespeople for their advertising campaigns need to be conscious of how they treat talent who are not covered under...more

Points & Authorities - Summer 2013: The Entertainment Issue

In This Issue: - It’s Always Something: The Repeated Assaults on Licensee Rights in Bankruptcy - Clearance: Start Early and Avoid the Clutter - New Faces - Points from the President - The...more

Amended Pregnancy Regulations Expand Protections for Employees Disabled by Pregnancy or Perceived as Pregnant

All California employers with five or more full- or part-time employees must comply with the California Fair Employment and Housing Commission’s (“FEHC”) amended pregnancy regulations that went into effect December 30, 2012....more

Amended Disability Regulations: The California Fair Employment and Housing Commission Clarifies “Interactive Process” for Disabled...

Employment and Housing Commission (“FEHC”). These regulations clarify an employer’s obligation to provide reasonable accommodations for disabled employees and applicants, and emphasize that employers must engage in a prompt,...more

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