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by Candice K. Rediger, Esq.
May an employer force an employee covered by a collective bargaining agreement (“CBA”) to arbitrate their wage and hour claims instead of suing in court? Maybe, answered one California Court of Appeal in Vasserman v. Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital. Employers...

by Jarred S. Lieber, Esq.
Beginning on March 1, 2017 all business establishments, places of public accommodation, and government agencies with single-user toilet facilities must identify them as “all-gender” as opposed to the traditional “men” and “women.” The law does not affect multiple-stall restrooms and...

by Jarred S. Lieber, Esq.
Senate Bill 1063 expands the Equal Pay Act by prohibiting an employer from paying any of its employees at wage rates less than the rates paid to employees of another race or ethnicity for substantially similar work when viewed as...