California Employment Law Update

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Sales Representative’s $480,000 Wrongful Termination Award Is Affirmed

Casella v. SouthWest Dealer Services, 157 Cal. App. 4th 1127 (2007) Zachary Casella was employed as a sales representative for SouthWest Dealer Services, which sells its aftermarket auto products to auto dealerships and helps train auto dealership finance and insurance salespeople on how to promote and sell SouthWest’s products. Casella moved from New York to … Continue Reading

Fraud Claims Relating to Employee Stock Options Were Preempted By Federal Law

Falkowski v. Imation Corp., 309 F.3d 1123 (9th Cir. 2002) This class action litigation arose from a merger in which Imation Corporation, a publicly traded company, acquired Cemax-Icon, a closely held company in the medical information management business. A year after the merger, Imation sold the Cemax subsidiary to Eastman Kodak Company. The plaintiffs are … Continue Reading
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