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Recent Changes to California Laws - the Healthcare Perspective

Workers’ Compensation Insurance for Professional Athletes - AB 1309; Labor Code §3600.5 - The efforts made by professional athletes seeking workers’ compensation benefits for injuries that they sustained on the...more

The Transformation of the Workplace Through Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and Automation

In This Report: - Explanation And Scope Of This Preliminary Littler Report - Introduction - Workplace LAW Challenges And Solutions - A. Human Displacement - B. Union And Non-Union...more

California Employment Law Notes - May 2013

Kenneth Hatai sued his employer (CalTrans) and his supervisor (Sameer Haddadeen), alleging discrimination based on his Japanese ancestry and the fact that he was not of Arab ancestry like Haddadeen. The case was tried to a...more

Fenwick Employment Brief - November 2012

In This Issue: - Court Refuses To Force Human Resources Director To Arbitrate Dispute Despite Misrepresentations That She Had Signed Arbitration Agreement - California Employers Allowed To Round Employee Time To...more

Recently Enacted Legislation of Interest to California Employers

September 30 was the last day for California Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. to sign or veto bills passed by the State Legislature during its 2011-2012 Regular Session. Governor Brown signed several bills of interest to...more

Social Media in Labour and Employment: Privacy, Human Rights, and the Formation, Management and Termination of the Employment...

From a legal perspective, social media is a relatively new phenomenon, but its implications for employers, employees, trade unions, and their advocates are proving to be marked in all aspects of employment and labour...more

Social Media and Workers’ Compensation Claims – a Bad Combination!

Would you be surprised if I told you that those photos you uploaded to Facebook, or that video of your child’s basketball game now playing on YouTube, or even your restaurant “check-in” on Yelp could cost you thousands of...more

Recent Developments in Workplace Law 2011

Last year, there were many important developments in labour and employment, pensions and benefits, occupational health and safety and workers'compensation, and workplace privacy law. Recent Developments in Workplace Law is...more

New Year Brings New Laws for California Employers

In this alert: Consumer Credit Checks; Wage & Hour Laws; Written Commission Agreements; Misclassification of Independent Contractors; Liquidated Damages Before The Labor Commissioner; Wage Theft Prevention Act of...more

Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Round Up - May 26, 2011

Here’s what other personal injury and workers’ compensation lawyers have been talking about over the past few weeks: Are Congress’s Med Mal Reform Efforts Unconstitutional? (TortsProfBlog) North Carolina Proposes to...more

EEOC Finalizes Updates To Disability Regulations In Response to ADA Amendments Act

Employers should review and update their existing employment and employee benefit practices in response to updated regulations (Final Regulations) governing the disability discrimination rules of the Americans With...more

More Reasons Why Facebook can be Dangerous to Your Workers' Comp. Case

Last year I published an article on this blog entitled "How Facebook Can Undermine Your Workers' Compensation Case." I pointed out then that the default "privacy" settings on Facebook offered very little privacy at all – your...more

Equal Employment Opportunity: The Law

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The Employer?s Duty to Timely Designate FMLA Leave

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requires unpaid leaves of absence for employees who have a serious health condition or need to care for family members who have a serious health condition. An employer must have 50 or...more

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