Labor and Employment Law

Ca. Labor & Emp't Rev. May 2018, Vol 32, No. 3


The court of appeal affirmed and found the plaintiff needed to comply with the administrative procedures outlined in section Labor Code § 2699.3 when bringing a PAGA claim. Because the employee’s notice only alleged Labor Code violations specific to him and did not identify any other aggrieved employees, his notice was insufficient.

The California Labor & Employment Law Review is published by the Labor and Employment Law Section of the California Lawyers Association.


Ana I. De Alba

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