Articles

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Social Media Lawsuit Not So Funny for Wayans [PDF]
By Karen Gabler | September 2014

Hold My Job, I’ll Be Right Back … [PDF]
By Karen Gabler | September 2014

Insurance and Employment Law Pitfalls – Proactively Advising Your Clients
By Jonathan Fraser Light | June 20, 2014

Employing the Absentee Employee – Employee Vacations, Sick Time and PTO
By Karen L. Gabler | June 19, 2014

Can’t You Be More Flexible? Alternative Workweek Schedules and Remote Work Options for Employees [PDF]
By Karen Gabler | February 2014

A Gradual Transition to Empty Nest Makes the Cord-Cutting Bearable [PDF]
By Jonathan Fraser Light
| February 21, 2014

EMPLOYMENT & LABOR LAW ROUNDTABLE 2014 - What Owners and Executives Need to Know [PDF]
By Jonathan Fraser Light
| January 27, 2014

Ergonomics in the Workplace: What’s "Reasonable"?
By Karen L. Gabler | December 9, 2013

Termination Q&A
By Karen L. Gabler | September 30, 2013

“Can You Pass the Test?” -- Testing Job Applicants Prior to Hire [PDF]
By Karen Gabler | July 2013

What’s My Motivation? Terminating the Protected Employee in a “Mixed Motive” Situation [PDF]
By Karen Gabler | March 2013

SPARE THE ROD, SPOIL THE EMPLOYEE? Effective (and Legal!) Workplace Discipline [PDF]
By Karen Gabler | March 2013

"Guess What, I’m Pregnant!" New laws govern how employers must respond to pregnant women
By Karen L. Gabler | January 25, 2013

“Hold My Job, I’ll Be Right Back…” [PDF]
By Karen L. Gabler | November 2012

To Arbitrate or Not to Arbitrate? That is the Question… [PDF]
By Karen L. Gabler | September 2012

Classifying Independent Contractors [PDF - Page 3]
By Karen L. Gabler | July 2012

Protecting Confidential Information [PDF - Page 5]
By Glenn J. Dickinson | July 2012

“I Need to Know Where This Relationship is Going” Classifying Workers as Independent Contractors or Employees [PDF - Page 4]
By Karen L. Gabler | July 2012

Protecting Your Confidential Information from Defecting Employees [PDF - Page 6]
By Glenn J. Dickinson | July 2012

"Are You Free for Lunch?" Long-Awaited Brinker Case Decided By California Supreme Court [PDF - Page 7]
By Karen L. Gabler | April 2012

What To Do (And Not Do!) With Computers and Mobile Phones When An Employee Terminates. [PDF - Page 4]
By Glenn J. Dickinson | April 2012

"Are You Free for Lunch?" Long-Awaited Brinker Case Decided By California Supreme Court [PDF - Page 6]
By Karen L. Gabler | April 2012

What To Do (And Not Do!) With Computers and Mobile Phones When An Employee Terminates. [PDF - Page 4]
By Glenn J. Dickinson | April 2012

Employment Law Update 2012 (Or...”Should Auld Employment Laws Be Forgot?”) [PDF - Page 4]
By Karen Gabler | February 2012

Are Your Employees Blogging You Into Bankruptcy? [PDF]
By Karen Gabler | December 2011

SPARE THE ROD, SPOIL THE EMPLOYEE? Effective (and Legal!) Workplace Discipline [PDF]
By Karen Gabler | October 2011

New Year's Resolutions for California Employers [PDF]
By Karen Gabler | January 2011

Are Your Employees Blogging You Into Bankruptcy? [PDF]
By Karen Gabler | September 2010

Cheech and Chong Need Not Apply [PDF]
By Jonathan Fraser Light | May/June 2010

Can the Employer "Just Say No" to Drugs? [PDF]
By Karen Gabler | April 2010