California Employment Law Update

Tag Archives: Statute of Limitations

Employees Should Have Been Paid For Time Spent Getting Into And Out Of Protective Gear

Alvarez v. IBP, Inc., 339 F.3d 894 (9th Cir. 2003) Meat packing employees of IBP, Inc. (the world’s largest producer of fresh beef, pork and related products) filed a class action lawsuit alleging violations of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The employees (all of whom were non-exempt from the overtime requirements of state … Continue Reading

Company Precluded From Recovering From Bank Following Employee Forgery

Espresso Roma Corp. v. Bank of America, 100 Cal. App. 4th 525 (2002) Espresso Roma Corporation suffered losses of more than $330,000 when its former bookkeeper stole blank company checks, forged signatures and used the checks to pay for personal purchases. The bookkeeper concealed his actions by removing the forged checks from the bank statements … Continue Reading

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