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Is waiting for bag search at Apple compensable under California law?
By Ronald Miller, J.D. The Ninth Circuit certified to the California Supreme Court the question whether time spent on an employer’s premises waiting for and undergoing required exit searches of packag
Hilton manager can’t show factors targeting him for layoff in RIF were pretext
By Lisa Milam-Perez, J.D. Affirming summary judgment in favor of Hilton Worldwide on a California state-law age discrimination suit brought by a 60-year-old manager who fell victim to a company reduct
EEOC’s right to investigate not circumscribed by judgment against charging parties
By Joy P. Waltemath, J.D. Siding with the Ninth Circuit in a circuit split with the Fifth, the Seventh Circuit ruled that neither the issuance of a right-to-sue letter nor the entry of judgment in a l
NELP, NELA, and unions weigh in on class waivers in employer arbitration agreements
The National Employment Law Project (NELP), 10 international labor unions, and the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) are making their voices heard in an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case t
Macy’s rules barring use of confidential customer information were lawful
By Ronald Miller, J.D. Although employees generally have a right to appeal to an employer’s customers for support in a labor dispute, Macy’s rules prohibiting disclosure of information about customers