California Employment Law Update


Desperate Housewife’s Wrongful Termination Claim

Should Have Been Dismissed

Post-Employment Non-Compete Covenant Could Not Be Enforced Against Seller/Employee Of Company

Former Church Ministers May Not Proceed With

Trafficking Victims Protection Act Claims

Ninth Circuit Certifies Question To California Supreme Court Regarding Commission Exemption

Appellate Courts Begin To Apply Brinker Decision

California (Not Delaware) Law Governs CEO’s Wrongful Termination Claim

Claim For Unpaid Vacation Benefits Was Properly Dismissed

Employee Who Attempted To Buy Shoes For A Friend At Company Expense Was Entitled To Unemployment Benefits

Former Lockheed Engineer May Proceed With False Claims Act Lawsuit

Loss Of Consortium Claim Of Injured Employee’s Spouse Should Have Been Dismissed

Insurance Claims Adjusters Are Not Exempt Administrative Employees

California Increases Protection of Religious Expression in the Workplace

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