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Jamerson C. Allen

Principal
San Francisco

P 415-394-9400
F 415-394-9401
AllenJ@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Jamerson C. Allen is a Principal in the San Francisco, California, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He joined Jackson Lewis in 1989.

Mr. Allen spends the majority of his time counseling employers on compliance in a wide variety of areas. He advises employers on federal and California requirements for disability accommodation and protected leaves of absence. He frequently conducts disability and leave of absence training sessions for managers, supervisors and human resources professionals. In addition, Mr. Allen advises clients on wage-hour compliance, internal investigations of harassment and misconduct, independent contractor status, disciplining employees, and utilizing consumer credit reports and investigative consumer reports.

Mr. Allen is a regular contributor for the California legal updates posted on the firm's website. He also is the principal editor of our Welcome to California publication.

Mr. Allen has almost 30 years of experience in representing employers in litigation and administrative proceedings, including defending against claims for wrongful termination, wage hour violations, and workplace harassment, defamation and discrimination. Mr. Allen also has significant experience representing employers in public accommodation cases brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act and California state laws. He is a Co-Chair of the firm's Title III ADA Public Accommodations and California Compliance Teams.

Professional Associations and Activities

  • State Bar of California, Employment Law Section

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March 6, 2017
SHRM

Jamerson Allen, Susan Corcoran, Richard Greenberg, Susan Groff, Candace Harrison and Ellen Bandel Author "Los Angeles Issues Rules Implementing Ban the Box Legislation"

March 6, 2017

 Jamerson Allen, Susan Corcoran, Richard Greenberg, Susan Groff, Candace Harrison and Ellen Bandel author "Los Angeles Issues Rules Implementing Ban the Box Legislation," published by SHRM. ​Subscription may be required to view article Read More

March 27, 2015
Wolters Kluwer Employment Law Daily

Jackson Lewis Attorneys Comment on Executive Action and Key Legislative Activity

March 27, 2015

Jackson Lewis attorneys Paul DeCamp, Chris Chrisbens, Cliff Atlas, Frank Alvarez, Joe Lynett, Jamie Allen, Cynthia Filla, and Kathryn Russo are quoted in the Wolters Kluwer Employment Law Daily article “Presidential Action, State and Federal Legislation: 2014 Review – 2015 Preview.” Read More

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February 28, 2017

Los Angeles Issues Rules and Regulations Implementing ‘Ban the Box’ Legislation

February 28, 2017

The Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance (“FCIHO”) went into effect on January 22, 2017. The Bureau of Contract Administration (BCA), the Designated Administrative Agency responsible for enforcing the Ordinance, has issued “Rules and Regulations” (“Regulations”) for the FCIHO. These are published on the BCA’s Office of... Read More

December 28, 2016

Employees on Rest Breaks Must Be Off Duty, California Supreme Court Rules

December 28, 2016

A class of security guards received an early holiday present from the California Supreme Court on December 22. The Court ruled that California law requires employees on rest breaks be relieved of all duties. It reinstated Los Angeles Superior Court Judge John Shepard Wiley’s Order granting summary judgment and awarding... Read More

December 16, 2016

Los Angeles Enacts ‘Ban the Box’ Legislation

December 16, 2016

Los Angeles is the latest in a growing list of jurisdictions to adopt an ordinance restricting employers from asking a job applicant about his or her criminal history during the application process. Under the Ordinance, private employers with at least 10 employees will be barred from inquiring about a job applicant’s criminal... Read More

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New California Regulations on Workplace Anti-Harassment, Anti-Discrimination Policies Effective April 1
March 10, 2016

New California regulations declaring that “[e]mployers have an affirmative duty to create a workplace environment that is free from employment practices prohibited by” the California Fair Employment and Housing Act and that “[e]mployers have an affirmative duty to take reasonable steps to prevent and promptly correct discriminatory and Read More

California Labor Commissioner’s Enforcement Powers Set to Expand Dramatically
December 7, 2015

Effective January 1, 2016, California employers face a Labor Commissioner with significantly enhanced authority to enforce judgments for unpaid wages under California’s Fair Day’s Pay Act. Read More

California Supreme Court to Decide if California Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act is “Unconstitutionally Vague”
December 3, 2015

The California Supreme Court will decide if the California Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act (ICRAA) is unconstitutionally vague. In Connor v. Read More