Publications and Productions

Legal Articles

Why a PAGA Legal Claim Can Be So Much More Harmful To An Employer: By Joshua Robert Dale
Misclassifying Exempt Employees Can Be Costly: By Joshua Robert Dale
How To Conduct Employment Background Checks Without Breaking The Law: By Joshua Robert Dale
Harassment And Discrimination – Employer Responsibilities: By Joshua Robert Dale
Employee Meal Period Breaks – Employer Responsibilities: By Joshua Robert Dale
What Didn’t Happen in 2010 for California Wage-and-Hour Laws : By Joshua R. Dale & Tamara M. Rider, L.A. Daily J., Dec. 22, 2010.
Bell Scandal: Political Theater At The Expense of Taxpayers, L.A. Daily J., Sept. 27, 2010.
Reallocating Litigation Costs: The Issue of Settlement Offers to Multiple Parties, WFB&N News, Vol.9, Issue 3, 2010.
California Exempt from Meal & Rest Period Laws in Correctional Officers’ Wage and Hour Class Action Lawsuit: CCPOA v. Calif.,2010 DJDAR 14654 (2010).
A Mixed Bag For California Contractors: Recent Appellate Court Decisions Hand A Few Victories But Mostly Losses to Subcontractors, WFB&N News, Vol. 9, Issue 2, 2010.
Aggregate Coverage Limits on Construction Wrap Policies Affect Defendants’ Settlement Considerations, WFB&N News 3, Vol. 9, Issue 1, July 2010.
Federal Law on Genetic Screening of Employees Takes Effect, WFB&N News 5, Vol. 9, Issue 1, July 2010.
The Renewed Importance of E-Discovery, Mar. 10, 2010.
Contractors Beware: A Lapsed License Can Be Costly
, WFB&N News, Vol. 8, Issue 2, 2009.
California Senate Restricts Indemnity Rights in Residential Construction Contracts, WFB&N News, Vol. 7, Issue 2, 2008.
Note, Televised Political Debates and Arkansas Educational Television Commission v. Forbes: Excluding the Public from Public Broadcasting, 27 Pepp. L. Rev. 629 (2000).


More Information
Admissions and Memberships
Degrees and Certifications
Honors and Awards
Publications and Productions
Teaching and Presentations

Follow us on