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Dalia Z. Khatib


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Dalia Khatib is an Associate in the Sacramento, California office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Her practice focuses on assisting employers with a broad range of workplace issues.

While attending law school, Ms. Khatib was the Asylum Problem Writing Chair for the UC Davis Moot Court Honors Board where she crafted the problem for the 11th Annual Asylum and Refugee Law National Moot Court Competition. She was also an Interview Editor of the UC Davis Business Law Journal. 

Prior to law school, Ms. Khatib assisted in establishing a marketing agency. During this time, she participated in executive decision-making, developed the social media department, and handled human resources issues.

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California Extends Organ Donor Leave Under AB 1223
October 31, 2019

Currently, state law mandates private employers with 15 or more employees to provide employees 30 days of paid leave in a one-year period when an employee participates in an organ donation. Employers also are required to provide bone marrow donors five days of paid leave. Now, Governor Gavin Newsom has signed AB 1223, which extends... Read More

Car Wash Employees CLEAN Up with Help of California Department of Labor
April 29, 2019

The Labor Commissioner fined a Southern-California car wash for more than $2.36 million for alleged wage and hour violations. These fines included both civil penalties and wages owed to employees. This appears to be a continuation of the agency’s enforcement actions against commercial car washes from 2012 and 2015. Read More

California Piece-Rate Law Upheld by Court of Appeal
January 11, 2019

Rejecting an argument that the use of the phrase “other nonproductive time” rendered the statute unconstitutionally vague, a California Court of Appeal recently upheld the state’s law regarding compensation of piece-rate workers. Nisei Farmers League v. California Labor & Workforce Dev. Agency, 2019 Cal. App. LEXIS 10 (Cal. Ct. App. Read More