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self-study/Employment

Catching up with California’s newly enacted L&E legislation

By John L. Barber, Nicole Davidson

self-study/Employment

PAGA and FAA preemption

By Patrick Burns, Gary A. Watt

self-study/Employment

Equal pay in America and the Golden State

By Betsy Butler

self-study/Employment

Supreme Court eviscerates limits on the ministerial exception

By Jeremy B. Rosen, Felix Shafir

self-study/Employment

Premium pay for meal break rounding violations after Donohue

By Kacey R. Riccomini, Arthur F. Silbergeld

self-study/Employment

Can employers fire employees for social or political speech?

By Joshua J. Borger

self-study/Employment

Dynamex’s classification test applies retroactively

By Felix Shafir

self-study/Employment

Proposition 22 and the tenuous path forward for app-based companies

By Jade Butman, Andrea Chavez

self-study/Employment

Key COVID-19 points for employers to keep in mind in 2021

By Shaye Schrick

self-study/Employment

Ruling corrects troubling unemployment insurance claim trend

By Mai Linh Spencer


self-study/Employment

A review of disability discrimination claims in 2019

By Jeffrey D. Polsky

self-study/Employment

What confidential documents may a whistleblower take?

By Joshua J. Borger

self-study/Employment

Drafting enforceable employment arbitration agreements

By Kacey R. Riccomini, Arthur F. Silbergeld

participatory/Employment

A call to 'Armendariz'


self-study/Employment

What is the deal with Jefferson v. Compton?

By Renata L. Hoddinott, Gregory J. Rolen

self-study/Employment

The transportation-worker exemption to the FAA

By Brianne J. Kendall, Cary D. Sullivan, Steven M. Zadravecz

self-study/Employment

Employing veterans in California

By Eileen C. Moore

self-study/Employment

The Joint-Employer Dance

By Benjamin Carney, Thomas O'Connell

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