How California’s New COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Law Applies to Public Sector Employers

California’s private and public sector employers with more than 25 employees are subject to a new, expansive COVID-19 supplemental paid leave requirement.

2021-04-05T14:53:11-07:00April 5th, 2021|

Building on the Supreme Court’s 2020 Vested Rights Opinion, the First District Court of Appeal Further Expands the Rationale For Modifying Pension Benefits

Wilmot demonstrates that the analytical framework provided by the Supreme Court has applications far beyond the “pension spiking” addressed in that case, and potentially provides a basis to uphold other types of pension reform directed at system loopholes or abuses.

2021-03-08T07:55:20-08:00February 26th, 2021|

Ninth Circuit Decision Suggests Chalking Is a Search, Leaves Municipalities a Path to Defend the Practice

A recent Ninth Circuit Decision suggests that chalking is a search under the Fourth Amendment but leaves municipalities a path to defend the practice under the administrative search exception.

2021-01-19T12:38:34-08:00January 19th, 2021|

Video: Bending the Curve: Cities Lead the Country in Policy Development

RPLG Partner Jon Holtzman and Of Counsel Dennis Aftergut, the former Chief Assistant City Attorney for the City and County of San Francisco, discuss attorneys' role in policy development that can bend the curve towards justice.

2020-12-16T17:42:44-08:00December 16th, 2020|

DOL Clarifies Compensation for Employee Time Spent Attending Voluntary Training

The U.S. Department of Labor’s (“DOL”) Wage and Hour Division (“WHD”) issued an opinion letter clarifying the compensability of time that employees spend attending voluntary training under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”).

2020-11-19T16:22:55-08:00November 10th, 2020|
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