Labor and Employment Update for 2013
Significant National Labor Relations Board Decisions in December 2012
Careful With that Dress Code
NLRB's Notice Requirement Is Off The Wall
Employers Finally Get Practical Advice on Meal Periods and Rest Breaks
Ninth Circuit Narrows Computer Fraud and Abuse Act For Employers
New California Labor Laws Create Additional Risks for Trucking and Delivery Companies
Labor and Employment Update for 2012
NLRB Guidance on Social Media
Another Nail in the NLRB's Notice Rule Coffin?
New Penalties For Misclassifying Employees As Independent Contractors
Last Chance Agreements
NLRB Requires Workplace Notice of Employees' NLRA Rights
Overtime for Non-California Residents
Supreme Court Provides Guidance on Protecting Intellectual Property
What Do You Need To Know About Wal-Mart v. Dukes?
On-Duty Employee Seating Poised To Be The New Class Action
9th Circuit Revives Computer Fraud and Abuse Act for Employers
No Class Actions for Arbitration Agreements?
The Nuts and Bolts of Family Responsibilities Discrimination
California Labor and Employment Law Developments for 2010
Important Supreme Court Decision on Disability Access Interpretation – Unruh Act Doesn't Require Intentional Discrimination
What Employers Can Expect in 2009
A Hiring Tip That Can Keep You Out of Court
Splitting Up Meal Breaks: A Bad Idea
Recent California Appellate Court Decision Offers Glimmer of Hope to Employers Attempting to Comply with Meal and Rest Period Requirements
Lanier v. City of Woodburn
Resident Employees Are Not Entitled To Be Paid For Time Spent On Call
California Dreaming: 2008 ADA Amendments Make Federal Law More Like the Republic of California, Where Virtually Every Employee Can Claim a Disability
What Is In Store For Employers In 2008?
Legal Update: Common Wage and Hour Mistakes
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