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Suspension of Cal-WARN Act Notice Requirements Provides Temporary Relief for California Employers

By Jaimee K. Wellerstein, Esq. BY Annette M. Barber, Esq. With…

What Employers Should Know About The Families First Coronavirus Response Act

By Jaimee K. Wellerstein, Esq. and Annette M. Barber, Esq. COVID-19…
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Business Preparedness

By Jaimee K. Wellerstein, Esq. and Annette M. Barber, Esq. The…

California's Upcoming Ban on Mandatory Arbitration Agreements Temporarily Blocked by Federal Judge

By Jaimee K. Wellerstein, Esq. On December 30, 2019, a federal…
New Year, New Decade, New Laws! 2020 Employment Law Update for California Employers

New Year, New Decade, New Laws! 2020 Employment Law Update for California Employers

By Jaimee K. Wellerstein, Esq. By Annette M. Barber, Esq. As…
Simple as "ABC," Assembly Bill 5 Becomes Law in California

Simple as "ABC," Assembly Bill 5 Becomes Law in California

By Jaimee K. Wellerstein, Esq. Yesterday, California Governor…
California City & County Minimum Wage Increases Effective July 1, 2019

California City & County Minimum Wage Increases Effective July 1, 2019

Along with the rise in temperatures, so goes the minimum wage…
Bradley & Gmelich LLP Letters

Legal Nightmares and Other Scary Stuff

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By Lindy F. Bradley, Esq. As the days grow shorter and darkness…
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An Epic Win for Employers – Scotus Rules That Class Action Waivers in Employment Arbitration Agreements Are Valid

By:  Jaimee K. Wellerstein, Esq. BREAKING NEWS! In a monumental…
Bradley & Gmelich LLP Letters

Employment Update – Ninth Circuit Bars the Use of Prior Salary to Justify Gender-based Pay Disparity

By:  Lindy F. Bradley, Esq. On April 9, 2018, the Ninth Circuit…
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The Long Ride Home

By Stephan P. Hyun, Esq.   Within the realm of California…