The May 2022 issue of our Section’s California Labor & Employment Law Review will lead off with an article by Michael Robbins and Scott Barer on “Clear and Convincing or Preponderance of the Evidence – What’s a Poor Workplace Investigator to Do?” The piece will address the recent California Supreme Court decision in Lawson v. PPG Architectural Finishes, Inc., 12 Cal. 5th 703 (2022), which set forth the proper method for presenting and evaluating a claim of whistleblower retaliation under Cal. Lab. Code § 1102.5
In addition to the above, the issue features our usual case updates. Anthony Oncidi writes the California Employment Law Notes. Nicole Roysdon authors the Wage and Hour Case Notes. Jonathan Cohen and Maria Myers write the NLRA Case Notes. Scott Tiedemann and Kaylee Feick co-author the Public Sector Case Notes. Phyllis Cheng authors her column on Cases Pending before the California Supreme Court.
Finally, Latika Malkani pens her Chair’s Message.
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