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April 2021 employment law decisions

University of California is not subject to California’s minimum wage law.

April 23, 2021, Fourth District Court of Appeal, Guivini Gomez v. The Regents of the University of California: Gomez sued her former employer claiming the Regents failed to pay her the required minimum wages for all hours she worked resulting from a time-keeping procedure of rounding hours and deducting 30-minute meal breaks. The trial court dismissed the case (demurrer). On appeal, the Fourth District decided that California’s minimum wage law does not apply to the Regents.

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September 2021 employment law decisions

The Borello common law test applies to failure to reimburse expenses claims. September 30, 2021, Fifth District Court of Appeal, Veronica Becerra v. The McClatchy Company: Becerra filed a class action

August 2021 employment law decisions

A Section 998 offer is invalid if it purports to settle a claim concerning undisputed unpaid compensation. August 31, 2021, Second District Court of Appeal, Subino Wasito v. Adi Kazali: Wasito and ano

July 2021 employment law decisions

Discipline resulting from peer review process is not protected by anti-SLAPP law. July 29, 2021, California Supreme Court, Aram Bonni v. St. Joseph Health System: Bonni alleged that the defendant hosp