The "Spirited" Office Party - A Word of Caution

By Angela M. Rossi, Esq. Can an employer be liable for an…

The Unexpected Consequences When A Practical Joke Goes Awry

By Darren P. Salute, Esq. April 1 st , commonly referred to…

New Federal Overtime Rule Proposed. Again.

By Annette M. Barber, Esq. On March 7, 2019, the U.S. Department…

“You’ve Come Along Way, Baby” Celebrating International Women’s Day 2019

By Lily Nhan, Esq. International Women’s Day is a public…

Calling in to Work Counts as Reporting Time

By Arin Norijanian, Esq. On February 4, 2019, in Ward v. Tilly’s,…

Making All Fair In Love and Law

All’s fair in love and war? Not quite – especially in the…

New Year, New Laws - Employment Laws That Will Affect California Employers This Year

by Jaimee K. Wellerstein, Esq. As we ring in the new year,…

Staying Safe This Cyber Shopping Season

by Robert A. Crook, Esq., Special Counsel So, your Cyber Monday…

Food Poisoning: What We’re Not Thankful For

By Anastasia Markie, Esq. Thanksgiving marks the beginning…

Legal Nightmares and Other Scary Stuff

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By Lindy F. Bradley, Esq. As the days grow shorter and darkness…

Field Trip Immunity Applies To The Schools Taking Field Trips, And Not The Entities Hosting Them

By Mark I. Melo, Esq. The end of summer brings yet another…