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Lawsuit Filed Against California’s Attorney General Alleging the Private Attorney General Act (“PAGA”) is Unconstitutional

On November 28, 2018, the California Business & Industrial Alliance (an association that represents the interests of small and mid-sized businesses in California and which was formed for the specific purpose of accomplishing the appeal or reform of the Private Attorney General Act (“PAGA”)) filed a lawsuit against Xavier Becerra in his official capacity as … Continue Reading

Class Action Lessons From Lyft

Takeaways from the On-Demand Economy’s First Collision with Employment Class Action Law “Let’s just grab an Uber or a Lyft.” For many, this statement is fast becoming as unremarkable and ubiquitous as “Let’s grab a cup of coffee.”   Such has been the meteoric rise of the so-called “on-demand economy,” where summoning anything from a car … Continue Reading
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