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April 15, 2004

Same-Sex Marriage Adds to Employers' Challenges under New California Domestic Partner Laws

Recent moves toward legal recognition of same-sex marriage in two Canadian provinces and Massachusetts,

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March 30, 2004

Cloud of Doubt Regarding "Reverse Age Discrimination" Blown Away: Supreme Court Rules That ADEA Does Not Prohibit Practices Favoring "Older" Employees

In a decision that will be welcomed by employers and many older workers alike, the U.S. Supreme Court

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January 15, 2004

The FACT and How It Affects FCRA and Employment Investigations (the Vail Letter)

On December 4, 2003, President Bush signed the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT”).

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December 20, 2003

No Faragher/Ellerth, but a Defense to Damages: California's New Defense to Harassment Claims

In a major decision regarding sexual harassment by supervisors, the California Supreme Court finally

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November 30, 2003

Ralphs Grocery v. Superior Court: Does This Signal the End of Incentive Compensation Plans for Employees?

Employers have long used corporate bonus plans as a popular means of sharing profit and attracting and

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November 15, 2003

Employer Liability for Immigration Vilolations of Subcontractors: The Department of Homeland Security Challenges Wal-Mart

News accounts of immigration violations by Wal-Mart's subcontractor have raised questions by other

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October 31, 2003

2003 California Legislative Update: What?! You're STILL Doing Business in California?!

Once again in 2003, the California legislature and soon-to-be-former Governor Gray Davis reaffirmed the

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October 20, 2003

The Customer is Not Always Right: California's Legislature Imposes Liability Based Upon Customer Harassment

On October 6, 2003, Governor Gray Davis signed Assembly Bill 76 into law, amending the Fair Employment

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October 10, 2003

The Private Attorneys General Act of 2004: One of California's Newest Laws Threatens to Flood Employers with Class Action Lawsuits When an Ounce of Prevention Could Avoid Them

In one of the most sweeping pieces of legislation affecting employers in California this year, (recently

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