Posts in Class actions.

Settle with staffing agency, go on to sue its client.

SCOTUS gives California employers a break.

Supreme Court considers arbitration waivers of PAGA claims.

And in California, yet!

Happy new year . . .?

AB 51 bans mandatory employment arbitration agreements. 

Review your arbitration programs now, and consider making changes by year-end.

So says the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

California Court of Appeal rewrites the law.

At least, not directly.

California employment laws keep employers up at night, wondering what is coming next. There always seems to be something. From new statutes to new regulations to new court decisions, we will keep you up to date on developments in the areas of wage and hour, discrimination, leaves of absence, retaliation, class actions, PAGA, and arbitration. We’ll also provide you with practical information on how to update your policies and employment practices. Please subscribe to keep current.


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