The July issue of our Section’s Labor & Employment Law Review will feature an article by Laura Reathaford titled “State of the PAGA State: Where Do Things Stand 15 Years Later?” The author reviews recent and ongoing significant PAGA cases, including one filed by the California Business & Industrial Alliance against the State of California that challenges PAGA as unconstitutional on an “as-applied” basis. The author also discusses what she considers to be four problem areas for PAGA, and urges legislative corrections.
The July issue will also feature the inaugural “Fresh Perspectives” column, a new addition to the Law Review that will focus on topics relevant to labor and employment attorneys in their first eight years of practice. The subject of the first column is “Building Your Brand.”
And don’t miss the Message From the Chair, which includes several practical suggestions for reducing attorney depression, anxiety, and burnout, as well as all of our regular Case Notes columns and other updates.
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