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Hunter Pyle Law to sponsor CELA 30th Anniversary Party

May 1, 2017

California Employment Lawyers Association, or CELA, is celebrating its 30th year in 2017.  CELA is an amazing organization that is dedicated to protecting the rights of workers throughout the state.  HP Law is proud to be a sponsor of CELAbrate@30, which will take place on Friday, October 20, 2017, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Oakland Marriott.  For more information, email contact@fair-foundation.org.

Hunter Pyle to present at Advanced Wage & Hour Seminar

April 15, 2017

On May 12, 2017, at 12:45 pm, Hunter Pyle will be moderating and speaking on a panel entitled, “Fool’s Errand or Fish in a Barrel?  Piece Rate, Commission, and Trucking Cases in 2017.”  This panel is part of the 2017 Advanced Wage & Hour Seminar presented by the California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA).  The other panelists joining him are Jannah Manansala, of Weinberg, Roger & Rosenfeld, and Michael Boyamian of the Law Offices of Thomas Falvey.  The panel will explore recent developments in the wage and hour laws that apply to piece rate and commission employees, as well as the threats that such workers face under the Trump Administration.  It will take place in Glendale, California, at the Hilton Glendale.

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California’s “Day of Rest” Requirements

In an important decision for California employees and employers, the California Supreme Court issued its opinion in Mendoza v. Nordstrom, 2 Cal. 5th 1074, 393 P.3d 375 (2017) clarifying the Labor Code’s “day of rest” requirements.  The Court was addressing questions posed by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals regarding how to interpret California Labor Code sections […]

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