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Preventive Strategies Second Quarter 2016

  • June 3, 2016

A bulletin on employment, labor, benefits and immigration law for employers.

Inside this Issue:

Supreme Court Update: Term Nears End with Just Eight Members

Demotion of Police Officer for Action Mistakenly Believed to Violate No-Politics Rule Has First Amendment Protection

No Means No to California Courts on Refusing to Enforce Class Waivers in Arbitration Agreements

Refusal of Settlement Offer by Named Plaintiff in Class Action Does Not End Dispute

Representative Sampling of Group as Evidence of Compensable Time Meets Class Action Requirements

Labor Department Rule on New Reporting Requirements Leaves Many Questions

Patchwork of Paid Leave Laws Grows as More States, Local Governments Enact Legislation

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