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November 2016 Archives

Professors accuse California university of breach of contract

Contracts are supposed to be legally binding agreements. What is a college professor to do, however, when his or her employer backs out on their half of the agreement? It is just such a situation that professors of San Francisco State University in California are facing, and they have gone public with their claims of breach of contract.

Business litigation: What Los Angeles boards need to know

Recent news articles have brought Wells Fargo's Board of Directors under scrutiny. The company is involved in ongoing business litigation due to claims that Wells Fargo management coerced employees into the creation of thousands of fake accounts through unrealistic and even aggressive sales goals. As far back as 2013, the Los Angeles Times began reporting that the company's Board took no action to address or remedy these fake accounts. Since then, the CEO has been replaced and the Board of Directors restructured.

U.S. Department of Labor addresses employment retaliation

Two ranking members of the U.S. Department of Labor recently discussed workplace retaliation against employees who file wage-related complaints, sending this strong and unequivocal message to employers in California and elsewhere across the country: Don't do it.

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