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  • Are You A BYOD Kind of Company?

    BYOD stands for “Bring Your Own Device” and is a policy by which employers allow employees to bring their own computing devices such as smartphones, laptops and tablets to work for use and connectivity [1]. Put plainly, companies are allowing their employees...
  • The “Gig” is Up: The Difficulties of Employing Indep

    The Supreme Court of California issued a recent opinion that is certain to cause waves in employment and labor law. In the April 30th opinion, available here, the court was faced with deciding the appropriate test for determining whether a worker...
  • Policy Development: How to Protect your Business and Emp

    Over the past few months, there has been a rise in the visibility of sexual violence and harassment in the workplace. The “#metoo” and “Time’s Up” movements have instigated a legal response among lawyers, businesses, and employees. Many employers are seeing...
  • Are You Giving Your Time Away?

    A lot of people think that being “busy” or “productive” is something they THINK they should be doing. How often do we hear “I wish I had more time” or “there aren’t enough hours in the day” – Very often, don’t...
  • Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: Do I Have A Case?

    As a young female attorney who has been in my fair share of uncomfortable situations in the work place, being advocate for women and any other protected class is a passion of mine.    “Do I have a case?” is a...