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If I settle my case am I going to have to quit my job? 100 frequently asked questions

Often, but not always, an employer will ask you to resign as part of a certain type of settlement. Those settlements usually are significantly larger than being paid for your rating. When you take your rating it is extremely...more

Resignation and Constructive Dismissal

In Chindove v William Morrisons Supermarket Plc UKEAT/0201/13/BA, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered whether an employee had lost the right to claim constructive dismissal because he had delayed in resigning....more

Why Biolase v. Oracle Partners, L.P. May Not Be The Last Word On Resignations

Yesterday, I mentioned the Delaware Supreme Court’s recent holding in Biolase, Inc. v. Oracle Partners, L.P., 2014 Del. LEXIS 278 (Del. June 12, 2014). In an opinion written by Chief Justice Leo E. Strine, Jr., the Supreme...more

Final Pay Facts: How To Pay So That You Don’t Pay

A few months ago I posted a blog article that outlined the basic rules on when a terminated or resigning employee must be paid his or her final wages in the State of California (“Payments Upon Termination of Employment: Is...more

Improve Compliance Of Retirement And Group Health Plans In 2014

Retirement plan fiduciaries should consider the following best practices to improve their plan’s governance in 2014: (i) if fiduciary duties have been delegated, make certain that the delegations are in writing and are being...more

Payments Upon Termination Of Employment: Is Anyone Still Confused?

Most California employers know that an employee who is fired must be paid all of his or her wages, including accrued but unused vacation, immediately at the time of termination. Labor Code sections 201 and 227.3. However, I...more

Restrictive Covenant Alert – Two-Year Employment ‘Rule’

In a recent restrictive covenant case, the court’s apparent announcement of a two-year employment “rule,” which would apply whether (i) the employee resigned or was terminated, and/or (ii) the covenant was signed at the...more

Does "I Quit" Really Mean I Need FMLA Leave?

Imagine you have an employee who is out three weeks on a medical leave protected by the FMLA. The employee suffers from a serious mental condition (or some other chronic condition), which has required her to take FMLA...more

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