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A Win for Fairness in the U.S. Supreme Court: Administrative Filing Deadlines are Not Generally Jurisdictional Requirements
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A Win for Fairness in the U.S. Supreme Court: Administrative Filing Deadlines are Not Generally...

The United States Supreme Court, in Harrow v. Department of Defense (2024) 601 U. S. ____, today clarified that very […]

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FTC Bans Non-Compete Agreements: Restricting Workers’ Freedom Hurts the Public
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FTC Bans Non-Compete Agreements: Restricting Workers’ Freedom Hurts the Public

This week, the Federal Trade Commission issued a rule that, once effective, will prohibit employment agreements that limit an employee’s […]

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California Supreme Court Provides Favorable Interpretations on Wage Order Provisions for Construction Workers, in Huerta v. CSI Electrical Contractors
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California Supreme Court Provides Favorable Interpretations on Wage Order Provisions for Construction Workers, in Huerta...

This week, in Huerta v. CSI Electrical Contractors, the California Supreme Court provided favorable interpretative guidance for provisions surrounding compensable […]

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Ninth Circuit: California Public Injunctions Cannot Be Blocked By Arbitration Agreements
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Ninth Circuit: California Public Injunctions Cannot Be Blocked By Arbitration Agreements

A plaintiff’s right to seek a public injunction under California law is not foreclosed by the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA), […]

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Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Clarifies Question of Statutory Standing for Workers Bringing Representative Claims under PAGA, in Cooley v. ServiceMaster Company LLC
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Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Clarifies Question of Statutory Standing for Workers Bringing Representative Claims...

Last week, in Cooley v. ServiceMaster Company LLC, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals held that a former employee maintained […]

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Whistleblowing Activity May Not Factor into Negative Employment Actions “Even a Little Bit,” Supreme Court Holds
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Whistleblowing Activity May Not Factor into Negative Employment Actions “Even a Little Bit,” Supreme Court...

Conscientious employees are the public’s best protection against corporate wrongdoing, as Congress recognized in a provision of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act […]

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