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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Arias v. Superior Court

... Code, § 17200 et seq.) for Labor Code violations must satisfy class action requirements, but that those requirements need not be met when an employee's representative action against an employer is seeking civil penalties under the Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of ...

Edwards v. Arthur Andersen LLP

... 1] prohibit employee noncompetition agreements; and (2) is a contract provision requiring an employee to release "any and all" claims unlawful because it encompasses 942 nonwaivable statutory protections, such as the employee indemnity protection of Labor Code section ...

Artesia Dairy v. Agricultural Labor Relations Bd.

However, Artesia had no right to obtain immediate judicial review of the ALRB's decision certifying the UFW. Rather, an employer can obtain judicial review only after it has been found guilty of an unfair labor practice in refusing to bargain with the union. (JR Norton Co. v. ...