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By Benjamin M. Ebbink
In his article, Ben reviews some of Newsom's previous comments and campaign statements to shed some light on the course he may take on labor and employment issues.
By Benjamin M. Ebbink
In the Daily Journal article titled "New law requires California employers to accommodate lactation," Sacramento attorney Benjamin M. Ebbink discusses Assembly Bill 1976 ...
By Fisher & Philips LLP
One of our firm's most prolific writers and most astute analysts of all things related to workplace law in California, Ben Ebbink (Sacramento) wrote a recent post-election entry for the firm's...
By Richard Meneghello
The first-ever trial on the gig economy misclassification to reach a judicial merits determination has now turned into the first-ever appeal on gig economy misclassification.
By Usama Kahf
Incidents of employee defection where an employee takes confidential trade secrets can very quickly escalate into aggressive cease and desist demands ...
By Ted Boehm
The United States Department of Labor (USDOL) issued four opinion letters today in which it construed issues arising under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA").
By Lauren M Sobaski
Missouri voters approved Amendment 2 on Election Day 2018, one of the three medical marijuana measures appearing on the state's ballot.
By Susan M. Schaecher
Eric Lazzari needed to get across downtown for a meeting and decided to use an electric scooter, according to The Denver Post. He knew the law, and was properly operating the e-scooter on the sidewalk
By Benjamin M. Ebbink, Richard Meneghello
As many predicted, Democrats recaptured the House for the first time in eight years in yesterday's midterm elections, while Republicans retained and strengthened their grip on the Senate.
By Richard Meneghello
One of the drawbacks of entering the gig economy as a worker is that gig businesses are somewhat hamstrung by current law from providing a raft of benefits usually associated with full-time employment
By Greg Grisham
Frequent readers of our blog will recall our post from earlier this year where we referenced the efforts of gig economy company Handy to lobby legislators in a number of states.
By Samantha J. Monsees
As predicted, Missouri voters turned out in record numbers for the 2018 general election yesterday and overwhelmingly voted to pass Proposition B: The $12 Minimum Wage Initiative.
By David Klass, Liane Dublinski Kozik
In a unanimous 8-0 decision, the United States Supreme Court issued its first ruling of the new term today and delivered a blow to small public-sector employers fending off age discrimination lawsuits.
By Danielle Moore, Nicole E. Stenoish
In their bylined piece for mg Magazine titled "Workplace Drug Policies: What Can-A-Business Do?, Danielle H. Moore and Nicole E. Stenoish discuss the evolving legal, societal and political changes surrounding cannabis...
By Matthew Korn
Does your workplace have a meditation room yet?
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