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Month: August 2018

How to Avoid Personal Assistant Job Scams

Posted in Firm News on August 30, 2018

Working from home seems like the perfect opportunity for millions of employees in the U.S. Job opportunities are available, but it can be hard to determine which listings are scams and which ones are a real chance for employment. A lot of scams come in the form of a job opening for a personal assistant… read more

What You Need to Know About Overtime Laws for Unpaid Internships

Posted in Firm News on August 30, 2018

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) dictates how employers can pay its employees. Any for-profit business must pay its employees a fair wage. Students and unpaid interns are not considered employees by the FLSA, so they are exceptions to this rule regarding employee compensation. Knowing the difference between a paid employee and an unpaid intern… read more

Arbitration Agreements – Can Your Employer Make You Waive Your Rights?

Posted in Class Action,Firm News,Wage & Hour Laws on August 16, 2018

Arbitration Agreements Are Generally Enforceable An issue that sometimes comes up at work is an arbitration agreement.   What happens when an employer requires employees to sign an arbitration agreement? In general, if an arbitration agreement meets certain legal requirements, employers can require them and they can be enforceable. In those cases, any claim that… read more

Are Your Unpaid Wages Too Trivial? Maybe Not

Posted in Class Action,Firm News,Wage & Hour Laws on August 3, 2018

California Supreme Court Decision – Troester v. Starbucks The term “de minimis” is a legal concept. It basically means that the legal system does not deal with “trifles”, or trivial things.  That’s what Starbucks argued when a former Starbucks employee, Douglas Troester, brought a class action lawsuit for a few minutes of unpaid “off the… read more