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Constructive Solution For PAGA? CBA Waivers For Construction Employers
Seyfarth Synopsis: AB 1654 provides a PAGA exemption for certain employees covered by a collective bargaining agreement. While AB 1654 is limited to the construction industry,
United States
14 Nov 2018
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A California Pickle: Should Employers Defend Alleged Harassers?
When confronted with a lawsuit naming an individual employee as a defendant, should California employers run from the employee or provide a defense?
United States
19 Oct 2018
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The State Of Union Funding—California And The Ninth Circuit Show How States Might Try To Mitigate The Effect Of Janus
Seyfarth Synopsis: Labor friendly states will likely be looking for opportunities to lessen the financial blow of the Supreme Court's decision in Janus v. AFSCME.
United States
16 Aug 2018
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Arbitration And The Increasingly Political Judiciary—Should Employers (And Employees) See Arbitration As The More Neutral Forum?
Seyfarth Synopsis: The trend-lines describe employment-related litigation in the past 25 years: (1) the emergence of arbitration as a flexible ...
United States
3 Aug 2018
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Who Are My Clients? Avoiding Stormy Privilege Issues With California Employees
Given recent headlines, a storm could be brewing over the boundaries of the attorney-client privilege in some parts of the country.
United States
22 May 2018
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General Counsel Dishes Up Advice On 43 Charges, Including Google's Decision To Terminate An Employee For Harassment And A Union's Shadow Facebook Page
Seyfarth Synopsis: In some early spring cleaning, last week the NLRB's Office of General Counsel released 43 memos authored by its Division of Advice meant to provide guidance...
United States
7 Mar 2018
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General Counsel Dishes Up Advice On 43 Charges, Including Google's Decision To Terminate An Employee For Harassment And A Union's Shadow Facebook Page
In some early spring cleaning, last week the NLRB's Office of General Counsel released 43 memos authored by its Division of Advice meant to provide guidance ...
United States
27 Feb 2018
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GC Memorandum 18-02 Suggests A More Sane Approach To Independent Contractors
On Friday, December 1, 2017, newly appointed NLRB General Counsel Peter Robb issued a memorandum containing a broad overview of his initial agenda as General Counsel.
United States
20 Dec 2017
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Board Blows The Whistle On Independent Contractor Status For NBA Video Production Crew
Seyfarth Synopsis: With the NBA season opener just over a month away, at least one team could be getting an unexpected influx of free agents.
United States
25 Sep 2017
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Office Marital Dispute Did Not Trigger Employers Duty To Investigate
For over twenty years, Orlando Nakai worked as a counselor at Friendship House, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in San Francisco.
United States
15 Sep 2017
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Timothy Hoppe Quoted In SHRM
Timothy Hoppe was quoted in a July 14 story from SHRM, "Victoria's Secret to Pay $12 Million to California On Call Workers," on how some cities have stepped in to pass legislation requiring employers...
United States
1 Aug 2017
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Here's An Update: Opportunity (To Work) Knocks In San Jose
Seyfarth Synopsis: On March 13, 2017, San Jose's new "Opportunity to Work Ordinance" takes effect, requiring covered employers to offer additional hours to part-time employees before hiring new or temporary employees.
United States
20 Mar 2017
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Here's An Update: Opportunity (To Work) Knocks In San Jose
On March 13, 2017, San Jose's new "Opportunity to Work Ordinance" takes effect, requiring covered employers to offer additional hours to part-time employees before hiring new or temporary employees.
United States
17 Mar 2017
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San Jose's Opportunity To Work Ordinance: New Peculiarity For Employers
On November 8, 2016, San Jose voters approved the most recent local effort to dictate employment scheduling practices.
United States
21 Dec 2016
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Ninth Circuit Poised To Say "Call Me, Maybe"
The Ninth Circuit has suggested it might upset longstanding "on call" practices by making California employers liable for "reporting time" pay to employees who phone...
United States
26 Oct 2016
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