Given the increasing mobility of the workforce, the issue of which state’s laws apply to a traveling employee is becoming more and more common. In Sullivan v. Oracle Corp., the California Supreme Court held that California-based employers must pay non-resident employees working in California according to the California’s overtime laws. That means that a
Post-Brinker Decision Upholds Denial Of Class Certification: Muldrow v. Surrex Solutions Corp.
By Anthony Zaller on
Posted in Class Actions, Meal and Rest Breaks, New Cases, Wage & Hour Law
In Muldrow v. Surrex Solutions Corp., the California Court of Appeal upheld a trial court’s determination that the plaintiffs could not maintain a class action for proposed meal period class given the holding by the California Supreme Court in Brinker v. Superior Court (click here for additional information on the Brinker ruling…
Things You Wanted To Know About Arbitration Agreements In California, But Were Afraid To Ask
What is an arbitration agreement?
Employers can agree that they and any employees who enter into an arbitration agreement will resolve their differences before a private arbitrator instead of civil court. There are many different arbitration companies to choose from, but the American Arbitration Association and JAMS are two of the larger ones that…