Yesterday, the California Supreme Court, in Adolph v. Uber Technologies, Inc., addressed the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Viking River Cruises, Inc. v. Moriana, 142 S.Ct. 1906 (2022). The much-anticipated Adolph decision, addresses the question of whether an “aggrieved employee,” who has been compelled to arbitrate individual PAGA claims (i.e. Labor Code violations allegedly suffered by the plaintiff in an individual capacity), loses standing to pursue non-individual PAGA claims (i.e. Labor Code violations allegedly suffered by other employees) in court. Continue Reading CA Supreme Court Holds Compelling Arbitration of Individual PAGA Claim Does Not Strip Standing to Litigate Representative Claims
Jacqueline is an associate in the Firm’s Litigation practice group. She has represented a wide variety of clients in both state and federal courts. She has litigated matters before international arbitral forums, including the International Centre for Dispute Resolution and the International Chamber of Commerce. Jacqueline handles a range of matters for her clients, including breach of contract, real estate, landlord-tenant, and joint venture/partnership disputes.
COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave (“SPSL”) was set to expire on September 30, 2022. However, on September 29, 2022 Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill 152 (“AB 152”), which extends SPSL through the end of the year. The bill took effect immediately.
Continue Reading AB 152 Extends COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave and Provides a Grant Program to Aid Small Businesses