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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

PB&W’s 2022 Fall Case Law Webinar on Oct. 28

PB&W Presents: 2022 Fall Case Law Update Webinar Please join Pearlman, Brown & Wax, LLP Partners Yvonne Lang, Anahid Silah and Meline Sirounian for their "2022 Fall Case Law Update" webinar presented on October 28, 2022, from 9:30 am to... Read More

The Ninth Circuit Will Rehear Case on Mandatory Arbitration Agreements – Antwoin Wall Discusses Implications with SHRM

September 14, 2022

The Ninth Circuit made a surprising move in August, deciding to rehear the case U.S. Chamber of Commerce v. Bonta which largely upheld AB 51 prohibiting California employers from requiring workers to sign arbitration agreements. Senior Associate Antwoin Wall spoke... Read More

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

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

Corinne Spencer and Antwoin Wall Secure an Appellate Victory in Velasquez v. Northgate Gonzalez Markets

September 1, 2022

California’s 2nd District Court of Appeal sided in part with Corinne Spencer and Antwoin Wall in Velasquez v. Northgate Gonzalez Markets, a case that raises questions about the validity of employee arbitration agreements that are signed electronically. After former employee... Read More

Edwin Alvarez Wants to Champion Diversity for the Next Generation

August 29, 2022

When approached about becoming a member of the DEI committee, Edwin Alvarez jumped at the chance—not only to advocate for his coworkers, but to set an example for his kids. “I represent the vast number of Hispanic and Latino members... Read More

PB&W Recognized as Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Award Honoree by San Fernando Valley Business Journal

Pearlman, Brown & Wax has been named to San Fernando Valley Business Journal’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Awards 2022 list in recognition of the firm’s efforts to advance DE&I within the firm and the greater community. Senior Associates Ada Rodriguez... Read More

Antwoin Wall Selected to Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch 2023 List

August 18, 2022

Senior Associate Antwoin Wall was selected for inclusion on the Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch 2023 list for his work in Labor and Employment litigation. For more than three decades, Best Lawyers® has been considered the most respected and unbiased... Read More

How California Small Businesses Can Navigate Evolving Employment Laws – Corinne Spencer and Brianna Pearlman Author Law360 Article

July 21, 2022

California small businesses employ approximately 48.5% of the state’s private workforce, and businesses with fewer than 20 employees have the largest share of small-business employment. Unfortunately, this group of mom-and-pop employers who make up the backbone of the California economy... 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

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