2019 May

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Articles in this issue:
The best and worst employment developments of 2018 – Part I

The best and worst employment developments of 2018 – Part I

An overview of the legislative developments that shaped the year in employment law (with a bit of color commentary)

Andrew H. Friedman

2019 May


Communicating damages in sexual-harassment cases

Communicating damages in sexual-harassment cases

Help the jury make an emotional connection to the harm and loss suffered by your client in a sexual-harassment case

Martin I. Aarons
Shannon H.P. Ward

2019 May


Misclassification: Employee or independent contractor?

Misclassification: Employee or independent contractor?

The confusing fight over whether a worker is an employee or an independent contractor, and why it matters

Michael F. Baltaxe

2019 May


Driven to exhaustion

Driven to exhaustion

Avoiding FEHA administrative potholes on the bumpy road to litigation

Gina Browne
Janette Lee

2019 May


Is California’s Private Attorney General Act enforceable against public entities?

Is California’s Private Attorney General Act enforceable against public entities?

An issue of first impression: Does PAGA with its qui tam actions apply to public employees?

Scott Tillett
Dustin Collier
Joshua Socks

2019 May


Every file tells a story

A primer on discovery in employment litigation

Iris Weinmann

2019 May


Voir dire for the employment case

Voir dire for the employment case

There is only one battle you can’t lose in trial; a practical guide to coming out ahead in jury selection

Jeff Rager

2019 May


The best and worst employment developments of 2018 – Part II

The best and worst employment developments of 2018 – Part II

A review of the recent cases most useful to plaintiff employment practitioners

Andrew H. Friedman

2019 May


Appellate Reports

Retroactive application of arbitration agreements in employment actions

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2019 May


Law Day 2019

Recognition must be given to the courts, and that includes adequately funding them

Shawn McCann

2019 May

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