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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