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Fenwick Employment Brief - Summer 2016 - New and Proposed Legi...

New FEHA Regulations Impose Additional Policy and Training Requirements on Employers Employers should review their applicable policies and training practices for compliance with new California Fair Employment and Housing Act regulations that went ... Lexology, 1 month ago
Employment Law - September 2016 #2 JD Supra, 1 day ago

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Employee Entitled to File FEHA Claim Where Statute of Limitations Tolled During EEOC Investigation

Reginald Mitchell worked as a Health Facilities Investigator for the California Department of Public Health until he resigned in 2011. He was the only non-white employee in his division and complained that he was being discriminated against due to ...
 LCWLegal.com4 weeks ago Equitable Tolling Applies to DFEH One-Year Statute of Limitations Period When DFEH Indicates Limitations Period Will be Tolled during EEOC Investigation  LCWLegal.com1 day ago Race Discrimination Claim Was Not Barred By Statute Of Limitations  National Law Review2 weeks ago EEOC Investigation Can Toll Statute of Limitations in Employment Discrimination Cases  JD Supra1 month ago
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Notice of Final Equal Employment Opportunity Program Circular

Start Preamble Federal Transit Administration, DOT. Notice of availability of final Circular. The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has placed in the docket and on its Web site guidance in the form of a Circular to assist recipients in ...
 Federal Register6 hours ago
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Appellate Law — What Are Amicus Curiae Briefs?

A couple of years ago we blogged about Amicus Curiae briefs, their role in the appellate law, and how they can benefit California's employers. Since our original post, we witnessed a number of cases in which Amicus Curiae briefs played a significant ...
 LCWLegal.com13 hours ago

California Employment Law Notes - September 2016

Ninth Circuit Strikes Down Employer's Class Action Waiver Morris v. Ernst & Young, LLP, 2016 WL 4433080 (9th Cir. 2016) As a condition of employment, Stephen Morris and Kelly McDaniel were required to sign agreements not to join with other ...
 JD Supra2 weeks ago Employment Law - September 2016  JD Supra2 weeks ago

Wagon Wheelers starting new class

The Wagon Wheelers Square Dance Club will be offering its beginners class on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at Springbrook Gym in Alcoa. Sessions will be held each Tuesday at 7 p.m. and enrollment will stay open until Sept. 27. To help everyone learn quicker, ...
 Maryville Daily Times3 weeks ago Learn to square dance with Wagon Wheelers  Maryville Daily Times4 weeks ago Square dance class begins Sept. 13  Maryville Daily Times1 month ago Square dance classes set to begin Sept. 13  Maryville Daily Times1 month ago

California Legislative Update: It's Now Up To The Governor

The California Legislature completed its substantive legislative work for the year in the very early morning hours of Thursday, September 1, 2016, with the usual frenetic, last-minute flurry of bill-passing, including some bills that had been ...
 JD Supra3 weeks ago

New ADA Regulations Confirm Congressional Intent to Give Broad Protection to Individuals with Disabilities

August 2016 Number 56 The Department of Justice recently released revisions to the regulations implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Amendments of 2008, which went into effect on January 1, 2009. The 2008 amendments were passed by ...
 Lozano Smith3 weeks ago

California Court of Appeal Finds Employer's Denial of Accommodation to a Nondisabled Employee May Be Evidence of an Associational Disability Discrimination Claim

, the California Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District reversed summary judgment earlier awarded to the employer in Castro-Ramirez v. Dependable Highway Express, Inc. In its reversal, the court found that an employer's denial of ...
 National Law Review4 weeks ago California Court of Appeal Expands Employer's Duty to Accommodate  National Law Review1 month ago

August 31, 2016

Yesterday, the Assembly passed a job killer bill that will significantly harm small businesses in California who employ as few as 20 employeesby requiring them to offer six weeks of protected leave for baby-bonding.This proposed mandate comes on top ...
 California Chamber of Commerce4 weeks ago
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