Fenwick Employment Brief


In This Issue:

*California Supreme Court Holds Supervisors Not Individually Liable for Retaliation Under FEHA

*California Supreme Court Rules on First CFRA Case


..Letter to Customers Accusing Former Employee of Breach of Contract and Misappropriation of Trade Secret Protected From Defamation Claim Under California's Anti-SLAPP Statute

..Employment Agency and Company Were Joint Employers For Purposes of Failure to Reinstate Claim Under FMLA

..California Judge Awards Over $1 Million in Attorneys Fees Following $30,000 Jury Award For Discrimination

..Employee's Diabetes Constituted A Disability Under ADA Where She Was Restricted in Her Major Life Activity of Eating

..Employee Fired Six Weeks After Informing Company of Her Pregnancy Raised Jury Issue of Discrimination Under Title VII

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