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By Gerald Maatman Jr., Alex Karasik
As we discussed in recent blog posts (here, here, and here), the EEOC has been aggressive in issuing expansive subpoenas that seek company-wide information from employers...
By Jamaica Szeliga
Finding against the Federal Circuit once again on a patent case, the Supreme Court this week issued a unanimous decision in Sandoz v. Amgen relating to the interpretation of the Biologics...
By Jeryl Olson, Patrick Joyce, Craig Simonsen
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's new rules to strengthen the Clean Air Act's Risk Management Program (RMP), 40 C.F.R. Part 68, were first adopted on January 13, 2017 ...
By Marjorie Soto, Kristen Peters
For most of us, exposure to "DNA" dates back to high school science class or dinosaur theme park movies. Many of us would not know how to begin to explain the intricacies of the human genome...
By Robert Milligan, Daniel Salinas
One year after its enactment, the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) continues to be one of the most significant and closely followed developments in trade secret law.
By Daniel Salinas, Scott E. Atkinson, Robert Milligan
•Employers should continue to use caution when using non-California forum selection clauses and choice of law provisions in agreements that are "conditions of employment" with California employees.
By Abigail Cahak, Sam Schwartz-Fenwick, Mary Klimesh
In Whitaker v. Kenosha Unified School District No. 1 Board of Education, a transgender high school student alleged that his school district informed him that, because he was listed as "female"...
By Minh Vu
As we reported yesterday, Florida federal District Court Judge Robert Scola last week presided over the first trial in the history of the ADA about an allegedly inaccessible website.
By Gerald Maatman Jr., Alex Karasik
In a sexual harassment lawsuit brought by the EEOC, the Sixth Circuit affirmed a U.S. District Court's grant of an employer's motion for summary judgment after finding that the harassing employee...
By Kristina Launey, Melissa Aristizabal
Friday, June 2, marked the last day for bills in the California Legislature to pass out of their house of origin—the Senate or Assembly—and continue the legislative process for a shot at becoming a new California Peculiarity.
By Gerald Maatman Jr., Michael DeMarino, John Marrese
In Microsoft Corp. v. Baker, No. 15-457, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on a procedural issue that is of importance in any class action in terms of when and in what circumstances a plaintiff may appeal orders...
By Daniel Salinas
A Northern District of California court recently held a plaintiff could amend its complaint to add a Defend Trade Secrets Act ("DTSA") claim when discovery showed continued misappropriation...
By Kara Goodwin, Noah Finkel
Pending before the United States Supreme Court is a petition for writ of certiorari asking the Court to determine whether an employer may use payments for bona fide meal periods as an offset/credit against compensable work time.
By Minh Vu
The first trial under the ADA about the accessibility of a public accommodation's website took place last week in the Southern District of Florida.
By Philippe Weiss
Philippe Weiss was quoted in a June 12 story from SHRM, "Tell Employees What Not to Wear This Summer," on what's acceptable under the summer dress code in the workplace.
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