Supreme Court establishes employee-friendly legal standard for retaliation claims under section 1102.5.
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Private employers that are federal contractors may still be subject to Biden’s vaccine mandate.
SB 331 increases non-disclosure bans in settlement agreements.
US Supreme Court takes appeal of case involving waiver of PAGA claims in arbitration agreements.
On January 1, 2022, AB 701 will come into effect in the state of California, heralding an effort to regulate the use of production quotas in the state’s large warehouses.
Recently, in Clarke v. AMN Services, LLC, the Ninth Circuit found that a per diem benefit paid to traveling clinicians for expenses incurred while working away from home was compensation required to be included in the regular rate of pay…
Castle Law: California Employment Counsel, PC is please to announce the addition of Partner Lisa L. Bradner, Esq. as a Partner!
Recently, the California Supreme Court answered the long-awaited question as to whether the ABC test set forth in Dynamex Operations W., Inc. v. Superior Court (2018) (“Dynamex”) to classify workers as independent contractors applies retroactively. The answer is yes.
Notable changes to the California Family Rights Act (“CFRA”) recently went into effect on January 1, 2021.
During the California Supreme Court’s weekly conference on December 16, 2020, the Court granted review in an employment arbitration case, Conyer v. Hula Media Services, LLC.