The Wall Street Journal is reporting about the plans of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs who would like to anchor a ship 12 miles off the San Francisco coast in order to skirt U.S. Immigration laws. They project that the ships could hold 1,000 people at a cost for a room roughly equivalent (if not cheaper) to an
et. al. v. Oracle Corporation
California Supreme Court Holds Nonresident Employees Entitled to California Overtime – Sullivan, et. al. v. Oracle Corporation.
By Anthony Zaller on
Posted in Class Actions, New Cases, Wage & Hour Law
In Sullivan, et. al. v. Oracle Corporation, the California Supreme Court ruled on whether California’s overtime laws apply to out-of-state residents who perform work in California. The Court held that California’s interests in protecting all workers who perform work within the state are sufficient enough to require that California based employers must pay all…