California Employment Law Update


Newsletter involving: Use of "Stray Remarks" In Determining Liability For Discrimination

Male Victim Of Sexual Harassment By Female Co-Worker May Proceed With Lawsuit

White Police Officer Was Not Terminated In Retaliation For Reporting Alleged Harassment Of Black Employee

Termination Of Disabled Employee Did Not Violate FEHA

Male Pilots Terminated For Harassing Flight Attendant Were Not Victims Of Discrimination

Employee Terminated For Violating Non-Compete Could Proceed With Lawsuit

Card Dealers Had No Standing To Challenge Mandatory Tip-Pooling Policy

Employer's Wage Statements Did Not Violate Labor Code

Freight Pick-Up Drivers May Have Been Employees And Not Independent Contractors

Employee's Ideas May Not Have Been The Property Of His Former Employer

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