Co-authored by Robert S. Whitman and Adam J. Smiley

As this blog revels in the newest installment of the Star Wars saga, we remind you of our previous reports (here and here) regarding an equally enthralling (to your humble bloggers, anyway) legal showdown: the legal issues swirling around the “on-demand” workforce. Lawsuits by drivers for on-demand ride services
Continue Reading A long time ago, in an on-demand world far, far away …

Authored by Simon L. Yang

California employers had reason to celebrate over the weekend, as Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation to curb frivolous “PAGA” lawsuits alleging noncompliance with itemized wage statement requirements in California Labor Code section 226(a). Unlike when they woke up last Friday, employers now have a means to avoid PAGA lawsuits alleging that wage statements lacked either
Continue Reading A Cure for PAGA? At Least for Some Frivolous Wage Statement Claims