Hopkins & Carley

The U.S. Women's National Soccer Team's Claim of Pay Discrimination Should Remind Employers to Pay Attention to Unequal Pay

Most employers know that they cannot discriminate on the basis of sex by paying lower wages to the opposite sex for equal work. But what is considered “equal work” can be challenging for employers, especially for those who have…more
| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law

New Required Elements for Employer Anti-Harassment Policy Effective April 1, 2016

California employers have long had an obligation to prevent and promptly correct discrimination and harassment in the workplace. A key part of meeting this obligation has been an effective Nondiscrimination and Anti-Harassment…more
| Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law

Court Confirms Bankruptcy Filing Prevents Expiration of Judgment Creditor's ORAP Lien

Judgment creditors can use a variety of procedures when seeking to enforce a civil money judgment. One important procedure is obtaining an Order for Appearance and Examination of the Judgment Debtor (“ORAP”). The ORAP requires a…more
| Bankruptcy, Civil Procedure, Civil Remedies, Finance & Banking

As Election Approaches, Beware of Laws Protecting Political Affiliations and Opinions

The 2016 California primaries and general election are fast approaching, and discussion of political issues is certain to intensify in the coming months. While every presidential election prompts the expression of political…more
| Elections & Politics, Labor & Employment Law

Property Owners and Developers Take a Hit from Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court opened the door for a new form of exaction from property owners and real estate developers by refusing to hear an appeal from a decision by the California Supreme Court upholding San Jose’s inclusionary…more
| Civil Procedure, Construction Law, Real Estate - Commercial, Real Estate - Residential, Zoning, Planning & Land Use

The Ninth Circuit Upholds a DOL Regulation that Restricts Tip-Pooling

Employers operating in an industry that involves tipping by patrons know that there are a variety of legal and practical issues surrounding tips and how they are handled. In California, Labor Code section 351 declares that a tip…more
| Civil Procedure, Labor & Employment Law

Appellate Court Severely Undercuts Chapter 11's Usefulness For Individual Debtors

In an important decision, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal has settled a disputed question among California and other western bankruptcy judges to the advantage of lenders and other creditors. The court held that the…more
| Bankruptcy

Are your Administrative Exempt Employees Exercising Enough Discretion and Independent Judgment?

As part of our continuing series on wage and hour issues, this Advisory will review the requirements for an employee to qualify for the administrative exemption. Unlike the professional exemption, which lists specific…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Hold on to Your Seat - A Decision from the California Supreme Court Coming Soon

Most employers are now familiar with California’s “suitable seat” dilemma. Though state law requires most employers to provide employees with “suitable seats” to perform their work, no one is quite sure how to interpret this…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Do You Need To Pay Employees For "Off-The-Clock" Work Time?

As part of our continuing Advisory series on wage and hour issues, this week’s Advisory focuses on compensation for work that occurs “off-the-clock.” Employers generally know that they must pay non-exempt employees for all work…more
| Labor & Employment Law

2016 Employment Law Update: A Review Of Recent Developments

Each year, we are happy to provide our clients and friends with a summary of the new laws and legal developments from the past year that we believe will have the greatest impact on employers. This year’s update includes…more
| Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Civil Rights, Commercial Law & Contracts, Elections & Politics, Labor & Employment Law

2016 Tax Update Letter

Re: 2016 Tax Update - Dear Clients and Colleagues: This letter is an update on the most recent estate and gift tax developments and serves as a follow-up to our previous annual tax updates…more
| Business Organizations, Civil Procedure, Nonprofit Law, Taxation, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Employee Training: Payment Obligations and Strategies for Employers

Many employees receive training related to their jobs, or to positions to which they might be promoted. Employers sometimes require employees to undergo training and provide the training in-house. In other situations, employers…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Have You Established a Proper Workday and Workweek for Overtime Purposes?

As part of our continuing Advisory series on wage and hour issues, this week’s Advisory focuses on establishing a workday and workweek for overtime calculations. Employers generally know that most non-exempt employees must…more
| Labor & Employment Law

A Part Time Exempt Employee—Is it Possible?

Several weeks ago we announced that we would be publishing a series of Advisories on important wage-and-hour compliance issues. This week, we will focus on the issue of an employee’s exempt status and whether it is possible to…more
| Labor & Employment Law
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