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LITIGATION UPDATES – DECEMBER 2015

Ninth Circuit OK’s Facebook Putting User’s Kids In Its Ads The Ninth Circuit affirmed Friday that Facebook can use underage users’ likenesses in ads, ruling against a group of minors who claimed that their proposed class action should be revived because they couldn’t have legally entered into a contract with the social media giant given […]

LITIGATION UPDATES – DECEMBER 2014

LinkedIn Statuses and Non-Solicitation Agreements A Connecticut company brought suit against a former employee alleging violations of a non-compete agreement.  The non-compete agreement lacked a provision about sharing on social media, which allowed the former employee to use LinkedIn to announce to all of his connections, including the company’s clients, that he was joining a […]

LITIGATION UPDATES – SEPTEMBER 2014

Lawsuit Claims Students in California Don’t Get Enough P.E. A lawsuit was filed in San Francisco charging more than three dozen school districts, including Los Angeles Unified, Riverside Unified, San Francisco Unified and Palm Springs Unified, with providing inadequate time for physical education. The complaint contends that students in the first through sixth grades in […]

UPDATES FOR CALIFORNIA EMPLOYERS – MARCH 2014

Is Gossip Allowed? Water cooler talk, i.e. office gossip, has been a seemingly timeless thorn in many employers’ sides, particularly because of the decrease in worker productivity that such gossip can cause.  As such, some employers–with Section 7 rights being the furthest thing from their mind–have tried to limit such non-productive time by adopting policies […]

UPDATES FOR CALIFORNIA EMPLOYERS

Food Allergies as Disabilities? The Department of Justice recently filed claims against Lesley University for violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  Despite enforcing a mandatory meal plan for all residents, the University failed to consider modifications for students with allergies that would allow them to take advantage of the program.  For some, the […]

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