The Latest on PAGA and Arbitration: What Do We Do Post-Adolph v. Uber?
10:00 AM — 11:00 AM PST
The California Supreme Court ignored guidance from the U.S. Supreme Court recently when it ruled that employees can still proceed with parts of their lawsuits against employers even if the PAGA portions of their claims are compelled to arbitration. The highly anticipated decision will inevitably lead to more headaches for California employers – who already have their hands full with one of the nation’s most complex statutory schemes that permits employees to sue on behalf of themselves, other workers, and the state for alleged workplace law violations. By virtue of the ruling, there is yet another avenue of concern for California businesses struggling with compliance responsibilities – and yet another reason for businesses to ensure they do their best to maintain compliance with the state's many workplace laws. But could this ruling actually lead to the dismantling of the PAGA structure through a 2024 ballot measure?
Attend this must-watch webinar to learn what the decision means for you and what you need to do now and going forward.
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