Challenging a practice called review hijacking, a complaint filed by the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) against The Bountiful Company
Parties with superior bargaining power often seek to utilize agreements that increase their rights, or limit their potential exposure, with reference to claims against another party.
Claims made by employees against California employees for alleged wage and hour violations has exploded, both in the number of claims, and the dollar value of these claims.
In the matter of Georgina Espinoza v. Warehouse Demo Services, Inc., the court of appeal was presented
There are multiple reasons that a party includes an arbitration agreement in the terms of its contracts,
Employers may find themselves on the wrong end of a lawsuit once an employee states
Over the years, employment law has undergone gradual changes to protect workers of
With many employees now working some of the time from home, it pays to look at your
It is customary in most industries to provide a two weeks’ notice to an employer when one
In conjunction with actions brought by State Attorneys General, and the Federal Trade