When I evaluate a potential employment case, it’s always nice when there’s a cause of action under FEHA that provides for attorney’s fees. That gives plaintiff leverage in settlement discussions. Smart defense counsel will advise their clients that if plaintiff … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: June 2016
California’s Fourth District Court of Appeal recently reversed a summary judgment for defendant employer in a lengthy opinion which made me wonder, “What was the trial judge thinking?” In Moore v. Regents of the University of California, the court reversed … Continue reading
Here are the active ballot initiatives affecting California employment law generally. As a plaintiff’s attorney heretic on some issues, I like the Disability Access Litigation Initiative Statute which is necessary since some of my colleagues are in the business of … Continue reading
Here’s a primer on the Interactive Process from California Lawyer. You can even take the test and get MCLE credits!