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Corinne Spencer Explains California’s New Restrictions on Using Criminal History on the Good Morning, HR Podcast

January 11, 2024

As a guest on the Good Morning, HR podcast, Partner Corinne Spencer discussed the latest changes in California employment law, including: California’s Fair Chance Act regulations Who qualifies as an employer or employee under the FCA The criminal history inquiry... Read More

Employers Win in “Take-Home” COVID Era – Corinne Spencer, Jonathan Brown & Antwoin Wall Publish Articles with Today’s General Counsel and Daily Journal

November 3, 2023

Following the Kuciemba v. Victory Woodworks, Inc. decision in California, the law on “take-home COVID” has been settled: Employees who contract COVID-19 at work may bring a workers’ compensation claim against their employer but they and their family members are... Read More

A Supreme Court Arbitration Case Could Affect Employers – Corinne Spencer Interviewed by SHRM

February 8, 2023

A consumer arbitration case against Coinbase Inc. before the U.S. Supreme Court will affect how cost-efficient arbitration is for employers. The case involves whether an appeal of a district court's denial of a motion to compel arbitration stays the litigation or... Read More

Barry Pearlman Selected to Southern California Super Lawyers 2023

January 10, 2023

For a sixteenth year, Managing Partner Barry Pearlman has been named to the Southern California Super Lawyers 2023 list in the area of Employment Litigation: Defense. Pearlman specializes in the litigation of complicated employment law and workers’ compensation defense matters,... Read More

KFI-AM and KNX News Interviewed Antwoin Wall Discussing The Pros and Cons of SB-1162 and How It May Hurt California Employers

December 13, 2022

California’s employment laws will soon be even tougher with new bills taking effect January 1, 2023. KFI-AM and KNX News spoke with Senior Associate Antwoin Wall on why SB-1162 can be construed as a job killer by adding costly reporting... Read More

Antwoin Wall Interviewed by Today’s General Counsel – New 2023 California Employment Rules

November 7, 2022

New rules for disclosing pay range information to applicants and employees, and new record keeping and reporting requirements go into effect in California on January 1, 2023. But two other rules effective January 1 are just as consequential, Senior Associate Antwoin Wall... Read More

Ripple Effect of Viking River in Employment Disputes – Antwoin Wall Authors Daily Journal Article

September 22, 2022

Recent legal precedent, including the U.S. Supreme Court Viking River Cruises decision, is starting to provide some clarity on whether mandatory arbitration agreements are legal in California, to the benefit of employers. In his article for Daily Journal, Senior Associate... Read More

KNX Radio Interviews Corinne Spencer on the Validity of E-Signatures in Employee Arbitration Agreements

September 14, 2022

In an interview with KNX Radio, Corinne Spencer, Chair of the firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group, advised California employers to pay attention to e-signatures when they draft employee arbitration agreements, stemming from a recent reversal in California’s 2nd District... Read More

Raymond Correio Discusses Sports Law in Feature Interview with California Lawyers Association

July 14, 2022

Senior Attorney Raymond Correio, a retired workers’ compensation judge, is living proof that a workaholic can never really retire. From 1997 until 2009, Ray held court at Santa Monica and DWC Marina Del Rey. Upon retirement in 2009 with barely a two-week... Read More

Justices’ PAGA Ruling Could Chill Claims For Now, Attys Say – Law360 Interviews Corinne Spencer

June 21, 2022

The U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the Viking River Cruises has dictated that claims brought under California’s Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) can go to arbitration, stating that a former employee of Viking River Cruises should pursue her individual PAGA... Read More

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