Wage and Hour Defense by Nicole Kamm 818.907.3235 Last September, Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 10 into law, beginning a series of increases in minimum wages for California workers. The first increases under AB
Real Estate Litigation Attorney by Nicholas Kanter 818-907-3289 Many apartment building landlords utilize a resident manager to manage day-to-day operations. The resident managers are commonly provided rent-free or reduced-rent accommodations in exchange for performance managerial duties.
Employee Leave of Absence Claim Defense No Harm No “Fowl” in FMLA Case – 9th Circuit by Sue M. Bendavid 818.907.3220 Score one for the employers in this case, but do so with caution: Foster
Employer Defense Attorney by Sue M. Bendavid 818.907.3220 Most employers already heard: California’s hourly minimum wage will increase in July, from $8.00 to $9.00 per hour for most cities in the state. What employers may
Employer Defense Attorney by Sue M. Bendavid 818.907.3220 You’ve heard the saying: The road to hell is paved with good intentions. You want to celebrate a year of company achievements. You want to reward your
Wage and Hour Defense by Nicole Kamm 818.907.3235 The National Weather Service predicts cooling temperatures (in the mid-70s to the mid-80s) over the next couple of weeks, which will hopefully give SoCal employers a bit
by Tal Grinblat & Stephen T. Holzer 818.990.2120 About 800,000 non-critical federal employees are out of the office today, and will remain out until Congress overcomes the impasse regarding the Affordable Care Act. In the meantime, the
Employee Leave of Absence Claim Defense by Sue M. Bendavid 818.907.3220 NOTE: Per the Department of Labor as of September 13, employers must still comply with the mandates to provide notices as outlined below, but