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Prevailing Employer Should Have Been Permitted To Recover Its Costs from Employee

Plancich v. UPS, Inc., 198 Cal. App. 4th 308 (2011) Larry Plancich sued UPS for failure to pay overtime, meal and rest breaks; failure to keep, maintain and furnish accurate wage statements, and unfair competition, among other claims. The trial court ruled in favor of UPS on the unfair competition claim and a jury found … Continue Reading

Detention Officers’ State Law Wage Claims Were Not Subject To Exclusive Federal Remedy

Naranjo v. Spectrum Sec. Services, 172 Cal. App. 4th 654 (2009) Gustavo Naranjo worked as a detention officer for Spectrum, which provides security services in holding facilities and detention centers throughout Los Angeles County under a contract with federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”). The terms of Spectrum’s contract with ICE rely on wage and … Continue Reading

“Me Too” Evidence Was Admissible In Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit

Johnson v. United Cerebral Palsy/Spastic Children’s Found., 173 Cal. App. 4th 740 (2009) Dewandra Johnson, who was employed as a counselor for this charitable foundation, alleged that she had been terminated while and because she was pregnant. Johnson also alleged that her supervisor (Raquel Jiminez) had a discriminatory animus against pregnant and heterosexual women and … Continue Reading
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