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The Basis of California Employment Laws part 2

California Employment Laws – Part 2 Employers in large cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles sometimes violate employment laws through failure to pay the minimum wage, due to intentional employee misclassification, or because of sexual harassment, wrongful termination, or unfair employment practices that discriminate against protected classes. These issues can occur due to the …

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SCOTUS Rejects Narrow Construction FLSA Overtime Exemption

FLSA Overtime Exemption The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires employers to pay overtime compensation to covered employees, but provides numerous categories of workers an overtime exemption. On April 2, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) rejected the longstanding principle that these FLSA exemptions must be construed narrowly, holding that service advisors at …

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California Employment Law

California Employment Law – Representation In Wage, Hour And Overtime Pay Disputes As an employee, you are entitled to all of your earned compensation under California Employment Law requirements. This includes not only your hourly or salary wages but also overtime, commission, bonuses, off-the-clock work, and vacation time that is unused upon termination of employment. We …

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Recent Media Coverage – Wage and Hour Class Action

Please read about our recent case article at LawyersandSettlements.com Case: Rein Faces California Wage and Hour Class Action Lawsuit by Gyu-Kaku Restaurant Employees The following is an excerpt of the article: Los Angeles, CA: A wage and hour class action lawsuit has been filed against Reins International California Inc, a subsidiary of Reins International, which owns the …

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Law360 Article Discusses Our Safelite Case – Overtime Wage

Law360, New York (January 22, 2014, 1:45 PM ET) — The Ninth Circuit on Tuesday vacated a California federal court’s denial of class certification in an overtime wage spat between automobile glass repair company Safelite Group Inc. and a former employee, ruling that the judge had erred in denying the plaintiff’s efforts to conduct precertification …

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