Steven Gallagher

In a significant victory for employers, the California Supreme Court recently held that if an employer reasonably and in good faith believed it was providing complete and accurate wage statements

Continue Reading California Supreme Court Holds Good Faith Defense Precludes Penalties for Wage Statement Noncompliance

As we blogged about here, the United States Supreme Court in Viking River Cruises, Inc. v. Moriana divided PAGA claims into two buckets: (1) individual PAGA claims; and (2)

Continue Reading Representative PAGA Claims Survive After Individual Arbitration— Employer-Friendly Viking River Ruling Nullified by California Supreme Court

The New Rule: Employees are given whistleblower protection for lodging complaints of violations already known to the employer.

While California courts have already granted employees with broad whistleblower protection

Continue Reading ALERT: CHANGE IN LAW – RETALIATION PROTECTION NOW GIVEN TO EMPLOYEES COMPLAINING OF KNOWN VIOLATIONS