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EVENT on September 24, 2014

ADOMA Inland Empire chapter meeting

Best Practices for cell phone, social media and confidentiality policies

A recent California Court of Appeal decision has set new precedent impacting employers who allow their employees to use cell phones for business purposes. Employers may consider re-evaluating their Bring Your Own Device policies and need to be aware of pitfalls associated with allowing employees to use their personal devices for business purposes, which may impact the drafting of social media and confidentiality policies.

EVENT on September 19, 2014

ADOMA Valley chapter meeting

Best Practices for cell phone, social media and confidentiality policies

A recent California Court of Appeal decision has set new precedent impacting employers who allow their employees to use cell phones for business purposes. Employers may consider re-evaluating their Bring Your Own Device policies and need to be aware of pitfalls associated with allowing employees to use their personal devices for business purposes, which may impact the drafting of social media and confidentiality policies.

EVENT on September 19, 2014

ADOMA Orange County chapter meeting

Best Practices for cell phone, social media and confidentiality policies

A recent California Court of Appeal decision has set new precedent impacting employers who allow their employees to use cell phones for business purposes. Employers may consider re-evaluating their Bring Your Own Device policies and need to be aware of pitfalls associated with allowing employees to use their personal devices for business purposes, which may impact the drafting of social media and confidentiality policies.

EVENT on September 18, 2014

ADOMA Los Angeles chapter meeting

Best Practices for cell phone, social media and confidentiality policies

A recent California Court of Appeal decision has set new precedent impacting employers who allow their employees to use cell phones for business purposes. Employers may consider re-evaluating their Bring Your Own Device policies and need to be aware of pitfalls associated with allowing employees to use their personal devices for business purposes, which may impact the drafting of social media and confidentiality policies.

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On July 9, 2014, on an issue of first impression, the Ninth Circuit held that motor carriers are not exempt from California’s meal and rest break laws under the Federal Aviation Administration Authorization Act of 1994 (“FAAAA”). As a result, motor carriers with employees in California should make sure their wage and hour policies comply with California law.

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On May 20, 2014, the First District Court of Appeal in Jong v. Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. (2014) WL 2094270 affirmed a trial court’s judgment in favor of Kaiser and held that Jong failed to raise a triable issue of fact regarding his alleged off-the-clock overtime work activity. This case illustrates the importance of employers having strong and well-documented policies regarding overtime and off-the-clock work.

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The Scali Law Firm is pleased to announce the addition to its team of labor and employment attorney, Dominique Nasr. Dominique brings to the firm her employment advice and counsel, wage and hour class action and employment discrimination and harassment litigation skills.

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