In Scott v. Gino Morena Enterprises, the Ninth Circuit clarifies that the statute of limitations period for filing a Title VII suit commences after the EEOC issues a right-to-sue notice.

Plaintiff Scott sued her employer in federal court, alleging sexual harassment and retaliation at a barbershop at Camp Pendleton where she worked. She brought suit

The California Supreme Court’s ruling this morning in Alvarado v. Dart Containers may have many employers scrambling to verify their overtime pay calculations. The Court rejected Dart’s complicated overtime calculations, which utilized a multiplier of 0.5 instead of 1.5, and which, in calculating the “regular rate” of pay to determine overtime pay, used a divisor

Under the New Parent Leave Act, employees who work for a company with 20 or more employees within a 75-mile radius may take up to 12 weeks of job-protected leave to bond with a new child within one year of the child’s birth, adoption, or foster care placement.  To qualify for leave,  employees must have

California Labor Code § 925 went into effect on January 1, 2017, limiting an employer’s ability to require employees who “primarily reside and work in California” to enter into employment agreements that include out-of-state choice of law and/or forum selection clause.  The section effects employment contracts entered into on or after January 1, 2017.  This

The First Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion last week, overturning summary judgment for an employer in a wage and hour case, based on the absence of a comma in Maine’s overtime statute.  An exemption to Maine’s overtime law provides that overtime protections do not apply to employees engaged in the “canning, processing, freezing,