July 2018 Archives

CA Supreme Court: employers must pay for off-the-clock work

The California Supreme Court declined to apply a federal rule which holds that employers need not compensate workers for small amounts of time worked before or after a shift. The July 26 decision rejected the so-called “de minimis” rule from the federal Fair Labor and Standards act, arguing it does not coincide with state law.

California e-cigarette facing lawsuits

A California e-cigarette maker is under fire for its popularity among young people. Parents, public health advocates, politicians and the Food and Drug Administration have all weighed in on Juul Labs and its rechargeable vaping device and nicotine pods. The company’s pods contain nicotine and come in flavors such as mango, crème brulee, fruit medley and “cool cucumber” – flavors that lure young people into giving the Juul devices a try, critics complain.

California Dali museum named in intellectual property lawsuit

His most recognizable painting might well the “The Persistence of Memory” with its melting watches. It’s time for a California museum to stop using Salvador Dali’s name and likeness and to stop selling items that include reproductions of his art, says Spain’s Dalí Foundation.

Man accused of stealing secret Apple self-driving car technology

Not many people have heard of Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer Xpeng Motors. But a California man north of San Diego had heard of them. In fact, say federal prosecutors, he had left his job working on Apple’s self-driving car project in April to go work in May for Xpeng Motors.

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