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Weintraub Tobin’s 2020 Labor and Employment Seminar and Training schedule is now available.  Click here for a copy of the schedule ..read more
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On September 12, 2019, the California Supreme Court issued it decision in ZB, N.A., and Zions Bancorporation v. Superior Court [Lawson, ..read more
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Last year, new California legislation effective January 1, 2019 expanded the mandatory sexual harassment prevention training requirements ..read more
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By:  Nicholas E. Ma The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently confirmed in Tauscher v. Phoenix Board of Realtors ..read more
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If you’re like me – and thousands of other attorneys, business owners, and individuals in California – you’ve probably been ..read more
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By:  Shauna Correia and Nicholas Ma Many employers routinely conduct background checks of potential and current employees.  It comes to ..read more
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In this age of expensive class-action litigation, many California companies have found solace in their arbitration agreements. Under ..read more
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By:  Kritika Thukral Background Mandatory arbitration agreements are a source of contention in employment law. However, since 2000, they ..read more
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For years, California courts have recognized the right of employers to use non-solicitation provisions in employment agreements to prevent ..read more
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California employers covered by the California Family Rights Act (“CFRA”) and/or the California New Parent Leave Act (“NPLA”) ..read more

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