California Employment Law Notes


Late-Payment Penalty Claim Is Subject To Three-Year Statute Of Limitations

Employer Could Proceed With Defamation And Interference Claims

Ministerial Exception Barred Seminarians' Claims For Unpaid Overtime

Employee May Proceed With PAGA Claim Based Upon Lack Of Suitable Seating

Employer Did Not Violate FLSA By Changing

Pay Rates For Nurses Working Alternative Workweeks

UPS Manager/Supervisor Was Exempt From Overtime

Payroll Company Was Not Joint Employer Of

TV Commercial Production Company Employee

Employer Granted Leave To Appeal Remand Of Wage-and-Hour Case

New Trial Ordered In Police Officer's Case Alleging Discrimination and Retaliation

Employee's Lawyer Should Not Be Present During Client's Psych Exam

Non-Union County Employees Must Be Permitted To Object To Disclosure Of Personal Information

SOX Whistle-Blower Claim Was Untimely Filed

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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