Constangy partner Steve Katz published an article with Law360 on July 31, which focused on a recent California PAGA ruling and how the decision was not a “total loss” in terms of employer arbitration.
The article focuses on California Supreme Court's July 17 ruling in Adolph v. Uber Technologies Inc. and how the ruling does not “undermine the 2022 U.S. Supreme Court holding in Viking River Cruises Inc. v. Moriana.
Katz has been a state bar-certified appellate specialist for two decades, handling nearly 100 appeal and writ proceedings for parties and amici before all levels of appellate courts across the country, including the U.S. and California Supreme Courts and half the federal circuits. He has also defended employers at the trial level in more than 100 class, representative, and collective actions, as well as numerous other employment and commercial cases. Katz concentrates his practice in wage and hour litigation, and has defended employers in retail sales, pharmaceuticals, information technology, food service, manufacturing, automotive, hospitality, education, defense, insurance and professional sports.
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