Tag Archives: employer

EMPLOYER WILL BE PENALIZED IF IT DOES NOT PAY FOR ARBITRATION COSTS

SB 707 provides consumers or employees remedies if the drafting party (the business or employer) breaches an arbitration agreement.  The bill states that if the employer doesn’t pay the costs associated with beginning or continuing arbitration within 30 days after they are due, then the employer is in material breach of the agreement, in default of arbitration… Read More »

UPDATES FOR CALIFORNIA EMPLOYERS – DECEMBER 2014

Employee Was Not Within Course and Scope of Employment While Driving Home from Work In Lobo v. Tamco, Daniel Lobo was killed by Luis Del Rosario while Del Rosario was leaving the premises of his employer, defendant Tamco, to go home for the day.  Del Rosario was driving his personal vehicle at the time of… Read More »

New Limits to Employee Coverage Under an Employer’s CGL

Norman Rodich, a partner in the business litigation practice group, wrote an article for the Daily Journal’s Insurance supplement published on November 12th about Baek v. Continental Casualty Company. The case stemmed from a massage therapist’s alleged sexual assault of a client during a massage. The court determined that the therapist was not covered under… Read More »