Wage and Hour Defense by Nicole Kamm 818.907.3235 California Senate Bill 462, providing a prevailing employer may only recover attorneys’ fees if the court finds the wage claim was brought in bad faith, was recently
Employment Defense by Nicole Kamm 818.907.3235 As an employment defense attorney, I often think I’ve heard it all: every conceivable employee complaint, late-to-work excuse, and “reasonable” accommodation request. Still, from time to time, I come
Social Media and the Workplace: Federal Court Rules Facebook Posting Does Not Violate Non-Solicitation Agreement
Wage and Hour Defense by Nicole Kamm 818.907.3235 In the first holding of its kind, an Oklahoma court ruled a former employee’s Facebook posts did not violate non-solicitation agreement with prior employer. Pre-Paid Legal Services,
Wage and Hour Defense by Nicole Kamm 818.907.3235 Marking the 20th anniversary of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the US Department of Labor (DOL) issued new FMLA regulations on February 6, 2013.
by Sue M. Bendavid February 19, 2013 Three California district offices of the United States Department of Labor are investigating employers of residential care facilities. Initial results from the investigations indicate approximately 200 employees may
Employment Defense Attorney Los Angeles by Sue M. Bendavid 818.907.3220 Beginning January 1st, all companies employing commissioned workers in California must provide written agreements describing the method by which commissions are computed and paid, per
by Robert A. Hull It’s a grudge match – a political campaign versus a law whose consequences could tilt the election. Who wins? A fascinating battle ensued this past week between President Obama’s presidential campaign