A reminder about employer obligations to combat heat illness
Published on Tue, 07/10/2018 - 10:13pm
With the temperatures soaring, employers should take a refresher on their obligations to employees, especially those who work outdoors. Cal-OSHA has specific heat illness regulations in place that require training, employee monitoring, provision of facilities/supplies and supervisorial action.
The article After Janus, nonunion teachers seek to recover dues, in today's Daily Journal, discusses a proposed class of nonunion teachers who have sued unions and school districts seeking to recoup required fees they paid in past years, now that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled those fees are unconstitutional. The Daily Journal tapped Scali Rasmussen Partner Jack Schaedel, Co-Chair of the firm's Labor & Employment Practice, to weigh in on this developing situation.
Scali Rasmussen labor and employment Partner Jack Schaedel will address #MeToo related issues, such as sexual harassment, at an upcoming employment law seminar hosted by California Lawyer, the premier legal source for news and events in Southern California.
In 20 Years, Erdman Has Yet To Lose a Trial as First Chair
Published on Mon, 07/02/2018 - 1:34pm
"As Scali Rasmussen expands from its roots as a boutique automotive law firm to a diverse and more broadly focused litigation firm, there is no greater testament to the strength of our team and our reputation than when you can bring aboard someone like Jeffrey," said firm Founder and Partner Christian Scali.
The long-awaited decision in Janus v. AFSCME was the second within a month in which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against unions, and both decisions will put employers in a strong position at the bargaining table. But if employers appear too eager to exploit the moment, they risk facing a backlash.
Scali Rasmussen is excited to sponsor the California New Car Dealers Association's 2018 convention on the beautiful island of Maui. As the nation’s largest state automobile dealer association, the CNCDA Convention promises timely discussion topics, meeting today's dealer needs and tomorrow's innovations.
Firm partner Melanie Cliff will be attending the 29th Annual Business Conference for the California Minority Counsel Program. This is the biggest annual business and diversity conference for attorneys in California, consistently drawing attorneys and diversity leaders from leading companies, law firms and agencies.
The firm is proud to once again sponsor the National Association of Motor Vehicle Boards and Commissions Fall Workshop. NAMVBC provides a great opportunity to interact with many national and international leaders in the motor vehicle industry who provide valuable information and insight.