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Proskauer Wins Summary Judgment on Behalf of Paramount in Breach of Contract, Discrimination Case

The plaintiff was an Australian citizen working as an associate attorney for the law firm of O’Melveny & Myers LLP on a work visa. In October 2009, Paramount extended to her a conditional offer of employment to serve as its Vice President, IT Legal, the offer being contingent upon the completion of a background investigation … Continue Reading

State Farm Had No Duty To Defend Employer Against Employee’s Sexual Battery Claim

Shanahan v. State Farm Gen. Ins. Co., 193 Cal. App. 4th 780 (2011) Cheryl Skigin (an attorney) sued her employer John M. Shanahan and various companies he owned for sexual battery, among other things. Shanahan settled the lawsuit for $700,000. Shanahan, who had a renter’s insurance policy with State Farm, sued State Farm for breach … Continue Reading

Alien Employee Who Was Induced To Come To The U.S. Was Properly Awarded Unpaid Wages

Singh v. Southland Stone, U.S.A., Inc., 186 Cal.App.4th 338 (2010) Gurpreet Singh moved from India to California to work as a general manager for Southland Stone. After Singh resigned and returned to India, he filed suit against Southland and its president (Ravinder S. Johar), alleging various contract and tort claims. The jury awarded Singh more … Continue Reading

Sales Representative Was Not Entitled To Post-Termination Commissions

Nein v. HostPro, Inc., 174 Cal. App. 4th 833 (2009) Randy Nein was employed by HostPro as a salesperson. In December 2000, he approached AT&T and suggested that HostPro provide web-hosting services to some of AT&T’s business customers. The transaction was still being negotiated a year later when Nein’s employment was terminated. He filed this … Continue Reading
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