PUBLIC ENTITIES ARE EXEMPT FROM CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF CALIFORNIA LABOR CODE

An on-going debate regarding whether certain provisions of California Labor Code apply to public entities may be a bit closer to resolution. The Labor Code clearly applies to private employers. In some areas, however, it is silent as to its application to public...

AT WILL AT WORK

In California, Labor Code Section 2922 recognizes employees and employers presumptively may end their relationship “at will.” Now and then, someone writes an article or introduces legislation proposing the end of employment at will. The advocates have...

“ME TOO” EVIDENCE IN DISCRIMINATION CASES

The California Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Johnson v. United Cerebral Palsy/Spastic Children’s Foundation of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties may change the way courts rule on evidence in discrimination cases. The court found admissible as proof...
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