California Wage and Hour Laws Now Apply to Out-of-State Employees? What Your Company Needs to Know

SHRM 2012 Annual Conference
Learn to assess compliance and mitigate risk related to overtime and time-recording policies for nonresident employees performing work in California.
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In Sullivan v. Oracle, the California Supreme Court suggested that California's daily and weekly overtime requirements apply to work performed in California by nonresident employees-a decision anticipated to fuel more litigation against employers. This session will guide companies with employees who work in California in reviewing and correcting time-recording and overtime practices and policies and will offer strategies for non-California-based employers to assess and mitigate wage-hour litigation risk related to employees working in California.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Monday, June 25, 2012 - 4:00pm to 5:15pm

Barbara J. Miller

Barbara J.

Barbara J. Miller is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Labor and Employment Practice. Ms. Miller focuses her practice on employment litigation. Ms. Miller has experience representing employers in a broad range of employment matters including race, sex, and disability discrimination; harassment; wage and hour; wrongful discharge; and employment-related class actions. Ms. Miller has also counseled and trained employers on California's unique employment laws and has significant experience with wage-and-hour audits and class actions.

Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Ms. Miller worked at another large international law firm in Orange County, where she focused on representing private employers in employment law.

Ms. Miller received her J.D., with high distinction, from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 1992 and her B.S. in industrial engineering from Stanford University in 1989.

Ms. Miller is admitted to practice in California and before the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Amount of Credit: 
Credit Type: 
California Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
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