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).
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