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Outten & Golden LLP
February 14, 2024
The California Civil Rights Department (CRD) recently achieved a historic $54.875 million settlement with Activision Blizzard, one of the world’s largest interactive gaming companies. The agreement, which followed almost three years of intense litigation…
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Outten & Golden LLP
February 9, 2024
Female Employees Who Filed the First-Ever Equal Pay Class Action Lawsuit Against Amazon Allege the Company Retaliated Against Them for Coming Forward  SEATTLE, WA –  Three plaintiffs, who last November filed the first-ever equal pay class…
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Outten & Golden LLP
January 23, 2024
January 22, 2024 – Outten & Golden LLP, the largest U.S. law firm focused exclusively on the representation of employees, once again earned Law360’s practice group of the year distinction for 2023. This annual award honors five of the country’s…
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Outten & Golden LLP
January 10, 2024
January 10, 2024 – The Supreme Court of California today denied Facebook’s request to review the California Court of Appeals’ decision to revive Samantha Liapes et al., v. Facebook, Inc., an important and closely watched online discrimination case…
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Outten & Golden LLP
December 7, 2023
December 7, 2023 – The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, one of the country’s preeminent racial justice organizations, today honored Outten & Golden managing partner Adam T. Klein with its Whitney North Seymour Award. This prestigious…
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Outten & Golden LLP
December 6, 2023
NEW YORK, NY – Outten & Golden LLP, one of the largest U.S. law firms exclusively dedicated to the representation of employees, today announced the promotion of Kerry C. Zaroogian to partner, effective January 1, 2024. As a member of the firm’s…
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The Wall Street Journal
December 5, 2023
Companies have long used employee nondisclosure agreements to protect proprietary information. Now, regulators are trying to ensure that clauses in those agreements don’t also serve to inhibit whistleblowers from reporting potential corporate wrongdoing.…
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Semafor
December 1, 2023
Google has reached a $27 million settlement with employees who accused the tech giant of unfair labor practices, setting a record for the largest agreement of its kind, according to California state court documents that haven’t been previously reported.…
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Outten & Golden LLP
November 30, 2023
Banking giant, under fire in recent years for fake accounts scandal and now facing a unionization fight, allegedly understaffs branches and forces salaried employees to work long days covering responsibilities that are overtime eligible. SAN FRANCISCO,…
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MarketWatch
November 30, 2023
A Wells Fargo & Co. employee taking part in a rare unionization effort at the bank filed a class-action lawsuit in federal court Thursday in an effort to earn overtime pay in her work as a senior premier banker. Sabrina Perez’s complaint with the…