Never Mind: Ninth Circuit Withdraws Sullivan v. Oracle


Earlier this month, our Employment Law Commentary examined the Ninth Circuit’s recent opinion in Sullivan v. Oracle Corporation, in which the federal appeals court concluded that California’s overtime pay laws apply to work performed in California by employees who both live and work primarily outside the state.[1] In a late-breaking development, the court several days ago withdrew this opinion pending a request to the Supreme Court of California to interpret three legal questions at the heart of the Ninth Circuit’s holding.

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