2019 May

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Articles in this issue:
Classification and the importance of <em>Dynamex</em>

Classification and the importance of Dynamex

California’s new test for independent contractors is crucial to protecting more workers, and we hope the ruling soon goes further

Katie Bain, Katie Debski, Laura Mazza and Amber Bissell

2019 May


Don’t reject that potential client just because she quit!

Don’t reject that potential client just because she quit!

Constructive discharge owing to a hostile work environment can complicate a case, but it shouldn’t make you walk away

Karine Bohbot and Elizabeth Riles

2019 May


Arbitration and judicial oversight

Even in the face of an arbitration agreement, employment plaintiffs have a statutory right to initiate litigation in court under the California Arbitration Act

Carole Okolowicz

2019 May


California’s Private Attorney General Act: enforceable against public entities?

An issue of first impression: Does PAGA, with its qui tam actions, apply to public employees?

Scott Tillett
Dustin Collier
Joshua Socks

2019 May


The best and worst employment developments of 2018

A review of the recent cases most useful to plaintiff employment practitioners

Andrew H. Friedman

2019 May


That other four-letter word – Bias

That other four-letter word – Bias

Recognizing, challenging and overcoming it

Nancy Neal Yeend

2019 May


Profile: Jesse Chrisp

Profile: Jesse Chrisp

Small-town lawyer succeeds through diligent studies and a passion for taking down Goliaths

Stephen Ellison

2019 May


Appellate Reports

Retroactive application of arbitration agreements in employment actions

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2019 May


Questionnaire questioner

A handy “how to” for effective use of jury questionnaires. Details, details…

Miles B. Cooper

2019 May

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