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  • No Common Law Cause Of Action For Sexual Harassment

    Medix Ambulance Serv., Inc. v. Superior Court, 97 Cal. App. 4th 109 (2002) Plaintiff alleged a claim for sexual harassment arising under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) as well as a common law cause of action for sexual harassment in violation of public policy. The trial court ...

  • Trial Court Improperly Certified Class Of Employees In Overtime Case

    Sav-On Drug Stores, Inc. v. Superior Court, 97 Cal. App. 4th 1070, review granted by the Cal. Supreme Court (2002) Plaintiffs alleged that Sav-On wrongfully failed to pay overtime wages to class members consisting of current and former employees who were classified as operating managers and...

  • Employer Not Liable For Employee’s Acts Of Sexual Misconduct

    John Y., Jr. v. Chaparral Treatment Ctr., Inc., 101 Cal. App. 4th 565 (2002) A jury awarded John Y., a minor, over $2.7 million as a result of a counselor’s sexual molestation of him while he lived at a group residential facility for emotionally troubled youth. Although a significant portion of the ...

  • Hotels with high-speed Internet

    A recent issue of SearchDay points to a resource sure to prove useful to lawyers who travel frequently — the Geektels directory. A “geektel” is a hotel with high-speed Internet access. This directory lists more than 2,300 of them, in locations throughout the world. Browse by country and city to...

  • New blawg highlights Internet tools

    Few lawyers know more about the Internet than Jerry Lawson. His Internet Tools for Lawyers Web site has long been a premier resource for practical information about how lawyers can make the most effective use of the Internet. His book, The Complete Internet Handbook for Lawyers, published by the...

  • Site helps find resident agents online

    To serve process upon a company, you first must identify its resident agent — the entity it has designated as its representative in the state. Most states now have Web sites where you can search for resident agents, but finding these sites can be a chore in itself. Resident Agent Information, from...

  • Lawyer gets a kick out of karate law

    Fairfax, Va., solo David Z. Kaufman may have the only Web site devoted to martial arts law, KarateLaw.com. A sixth-degree black belt, Kaufman counsels karate instructors and students on liability, contracts and a host of related issues. He also serves as an expert witness in cases involving the...

  • Bug law: Someone’s gotta do it

    These lawyers know how to handle a pest....