Guest blog post by Mikella Wickham:

They say location is everything in business.  How about classification of workers?

In certain industries, workers have a unique combination of specified skills and

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relative freedom to do their job.  As a result, small businesses are stuck between

I hope you’ll join my Fox colleagues Keith Chrestionson and Jaemin Chang and me on January 27 for the next in our series of breakfast briefings in our San Francisco office.  Our breakfast series explores various topics of interest to the Bay Area’s business communities in informal presentations and interactive Q&A sessions.  This session

From the employer’s perspective, the only way to truly “win” an employment case is to avoid it in the first place. We litigators love the thrill of gettting a judge, arbitrator, or jury to decide in our client’s favor. But it can be awfully expensive to get to that point. So without further ado,

Meal and rest period class actions haven’t gone away since the California Supreme Court issued its Brinker decision. While it’s become harder for plaintiffs to get classes certified, there’s an approach they’ve been using more and more often.

Most employers realize the importance of policies that specifically inform employees of the breaks that they’re provided. But plaintiffs