The PRO Act Pitfall

On April 28, before a Joint Session of Congress, President Biden said many things. Included in his address was, “Good guys and women on Wall Street, but Wall Street didn’t … Read More »

California Supreme Court Opines On PAGA Claims

A California worker at the head of a private attorneys general act (PAGA) class action case alleging widespread underpayment of wages can continue to pursue the case even though he settled his individual claim, says the California Supreme Court. In a case of first impression, the justices held that “settlement of individual claims does not … Read More »

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PAGA, Comp, Classification Issues Dominate Labor 
Secretary’s Confirmation Hearing

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s appointment of Julie Su to be California’s next Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development received wide-ranging support from labor and business interests at her confirmation hearing before the Senate Rules Committee. The Labor Commissioner faced questioning from committee members about the state’s Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA), employee classifications in a post-Dynamex … Read More »

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