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Gov. Brown Vetoes Pro Plaintiff Mixed-Motive Bill

Posted in Discrimination, Labor Law, New Legislation and Regulations

This year, lawmakers and their plaintiff’s bar buddies asked Governor Jerry Brown to recast awards in so-called mixed-motive discrimination cases. Brown vetoed Senate Bill 655, leaving in place the State’s high court ruling in Harris v. City of Santa Monica in February 2013. In that 6-0 decision, Brown’s appointee Liu said a workplace firing based… Continue Reading

The EEOC Is Now Officially An Employee Side Employment Law Firm

Posted in Labor Law

For years, California’s employers have suspected that the EEOC is not the neutral investigative agency it holds itself out to be. Through the process of dealing with recalcitrant advocates, err investigators, employers know all too well that often times the EEOC seems to be on a mission that is anything but a straight forward fact… Continue Reading