- Court of Appeals Strikes Down NLRB Employer Posting Requirement
- Vacation Time Waivers in Union Contracts
- PIECE RATE AND COMMISSION BASED PAY PLANS MAY NOT SATISFY CA MINIMUM WAGE REQUIREMENTS
- Gabrielle Handler Marks Joins KH&K!
- RECENT NEW LAWS AFFECTING CALIFORNIA EMPLOYERS
- KH&K Seeks Experienced Lawyers to Join Our Growing Practice!
Category Archives: Firm News
A plaintiff recently learned that it’s one thing to make baseless allegations but it’s quite another to try and get away with it. In a sexual harassment and discrimination case brought against one of our Fortune 500 clients, partner Thomas … Continue reading
Read about our recent victories on Summary Judgment and on defeating a motion for class certification HERE!
On Tuesday, the US District Court (C.D. Cal.) granted KHK’s motion for summary judgment in a disability discrimination case (Dam v. Rite Aid) involving Rite Aid’s termination of a pharmacist who “hired” his cousin, a pharmacist technician, as a volunteer … Continue reading
On February 20, Arbitrator Michael Prihar found for KHK’s client in a binding labor arbitration with United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 770 regarding grievant Juan Calderon. In the case, Mr. Prihar found that Mr. Calderon was terminated for … Continue reading
KH&K successful in obtaining order denying class certification in 40,000+ proposed meal and rest break class
On February 17, Judge Nancy Wieben Stock of the Orange County Superior Court denied Plaintiffs’ motion for class certification in the 40,000+ member proposed class in McSwain v. Rite Aid. Our office has been counsel for Rite Aid in this … Continue reading
Within San Francisco city limits, employers of 20 or more employees are subject to the Health Care Security Ordinance. The following is a plain-English summary of these provisions, which can be somewhat perplexing for employers and employees alike, and the … Continue reading
Jonathan Allan Klein and Jennifer Kaplan prevailed on a motion for forum non-conveniens on behalf of Penske Truck Leasing in a case arising out of the rental and reported theft of a Penske vehicle. The Superior Court of California, County … Continue reading
Union Arbitration Denied — Arbitrator Upholds Employer’s Termination based on Presence on OIG Exclusion List
Jonathan Allan Klein and Laura Clark successfully defended Rite Aid’s termination decision regarding employee Claudia Sandoval in a binding arbitration before arbitrator Frank Silver. In this case, UFCW 770, on behalf of the terminated employee, challenged Rite Aid’s termination decision, … Continue reading
By Jessica Madrigal New Requirements for New Hires California has passed new legislation (the Wage Theft Protection Act), effective January 1, 2012, that imposes new requirements on employers with respect to new hires. Specifically, California Labor Code Section 2810.5 will … Continue reading
Dismissal Obtained For Pharmacy In Wrongful Death Case Prior to Service of Complaint Jonathan Allan Klein and Anne F. Marchant successfully obtained dismissal of a pharmacy in a wrongful death action filed in Sacramento County Superior Court. The father of … Continue reading