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AB 594: Transforming the landscape of worker rights, one legal action at a time.

“I am a Human Resource generalist at a mid-sized private company. I told my department manager that we should not

In California state lawmaking, the Governor has until October 1st every year to sign or veto new legislation.

By Alex Li and Xinying Valerian The close of California’s legislative season means changes in the employment landscape.  California continues to

By Alex Li With the recent increase in anti-Asian hate crimes, such as the Atlanta spa shooting, our communities are

In California state lawmaking, the Governor has until October 1st every year to sign or veto new legislation.

Workers deserve every benefit and right owed to them. Unfortunately, some employers will try to cheat the system and deny workers the full benefits of employment.

In June 2022, the Supreme Court recently issued its long-awaited decision on whether the Federal Arbitration Act preempts a California Supreme Court rule that forbade employment arbitration clauses from eliminating representative actions under the California Labor Code’s Private Attorneys General Act.

Many agreements that we encounter in our everyday lives contain arbitration clauses.

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