RPLG Founding Partner Art Hartinger and Partner Linda Ross were named among the Daily Journal’s Top Labor & Employment Lawyers of 2020.
An Unholy Mess: Recent Cases Confirm the Legislature, Courts and CalPERS Have Derailed the Public Agency Employee/ Contractor Distinction
The combination of recent court cases, legislation and pressure from CalPERS have all but destroyed venerable rules preventing "ghost" employees by increasingly modeling public employment rules on private sector rules.
RPLG Partner Jon Holtzman joined a panel to discuss what the Janus v. AFSCME ruling means for public employees and the future of organized labor.
The Janus decision and the related California legislation have significantly changed the landscape for labor unions to generate revenue.
Spencer Wilson expands RPLG’s Labor and Employment expertise.
Is AB 119's passage merely coincidental, with no connection to the recent efforts to overturn Abood?
Labor and Employment Voter Initiatives: Legal Pitfalls and Hurdles in Seeking Reform at the Ballot Box
As employment and benefit costs grow, public services in many cities are eroding.
Effective local governance is another victim of the increasingly polarized world of politics. On one side, strains of the Tea Party refrain that government is the problem can be heard everywhere.