Generally, an unlicensed contractor may not collect compensation for construction work. However, will a court enforce an arbitration award involving an unlicensed contractor where arbitration was voluntarily agreed to by all parties?

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California employers may now be able to lean a little more on the “learned professional” exemption when facing an employee’s claim that he or she should have been treated as “non-exempt” for payroll purposes.

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A court ruled that a program described by an employer as a sabbatical program can be deemed to be additional vacation time for the employee requiring compensation by the employer.

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We lawyers may want to keep this case handy to drop into a meet-and-confer letter to send to opposing counsel/party who plays discovery games and to warn our own clients that such games can be costly.

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