California Employment Law Notes


Employee Who Provided False social Security Number and Other Information Was Barred from Suing For Disability Discrimination

Employer Did Not Violate CFRA by Transferring Employee upon Her Return from 19-Week Stress Leave

Employer's Anti-SLAPP Motion Was Properly Denied

"Me Too" Evidence Was Relevant to and Admissible in Discrimination Lawsuit

Unlicensed Law Clerk Was Properly Classified as Exempt Professional

Prevailing Employer Should Have Been Permitted To Recover Its Costs from Employee

Offer of Judgment for Full Amount of Class Rep's Claim Did Not Moot Class Action

Section 1981 Claim Is Subject to Four-Year Statute of Limitations

Injunction Upheld Prohibiting Former Employee from Competing

Employee of Independent Contractor Cannot Sue Company That Hired Contractor for Negligence

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