• May 27
    Daily Journal, More settlement, mediation could be COVID-19's legal silver lining

    A few days ago, Chief Justice John Roberts made a videotaped speech to his son’s graduating high school class at Westminster School, telling the seniors that the coronavirus pandemic “has pierced our illusion of certainty and control.” Justice Roberts told the graduating class that “this pandemic has or will affect practically everyone in the world in one way or another.” He then recounted how centuries-old traditions of the Supreme Court have had to be set aside, for the moment, in order to conduct its business, with a reference to telephoned presentation in place of in-person oral arguments and handshakes.

  • Feb 3
    Bloomberg Law, HP Gets ‘No Poach’ Antitrust Claims Stripped From Age Bias Case

    Hewlett-Packard Co. doesn’t have to face proposed class action claims that a “no poach” agreement prevented fired employees from finding new work with a 3D printing rival after age-related layoffs, a San Diego federal judge ruled Monday.

  • Jan 31
    Raising The Bar, The Underestimated Power of the Female Network
  • Jan 17
    Law360, Calif. Ruling Clears Up Pay Stub Rules For Company Names

    California has very specific and numerous wage statement requirements that employers must follow.[1] Litigation based on alleged violations of these requirements has increased in recent years, likely spawned by massive verdicts such as the decision in Magadia v. Wal-Mart Associates Inc. issued by the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of California requiring Wal-Mart Stores Inc. to pay nearly $102 million for noncompliant employee wage statements.

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