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Employment Law - June 2014

Appellate Court Tosses Employee’s Seating Suit - Why it matters: An employer won a rare victory in a suitable seating case when a California appellate court affirmed summary judgment in a suit brought by a sample...more

California Supreme Court to Weigh in on Suitable Seating Issues

The California Supreme Court recently agreed to decide three significant issues relating to suitable seating requirements. These issues are of tremendous importance to California employers, and particularly those in the...more

Five Ingredients For Negotiating Restaurant Leases In Office Buildings

Restaurants located in office buildings can challenge the most seasoned office leasing professionals....more

Employment Law Advisory for April 17, 2012: What Does the “Suitable Seating” Requirement Mean for Your Workplace?

A previously ignored provision in the California Wage Orders provides that “[a]ll working employees shall be provided with suitable seats when the nature of their work reasonably permits the use of seats.” The language...more

California Court Finds For Retailer After Trial Of PAGA Seating Claims

In 2004, California passed the Private Attorney General Act, more commonly known either as “PAGA” or the “sue your employer act.” PAGA permits employees to bring claims against their employer, essentially on a class basis,...more

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