These are happy times for management side lawyers, I predict.  The U.S. Supreme Court has heard oral arguments on the issue of whether utilizing the Rule 68 FRCP Offer of Judgment procedure to, essentially, “pick off” the lead, named plaintiff in a FLSA collective action ends up undermining the validity of the entire class if

The surprise of the recent snowstorm in Southern California was nothing compared to the shock created by the California Supreme Court in its ruling in Brinker International Inc., et al. v. Superior Court.  The California Supreme Court found that employers must only make meal breaks available to their workers, but are not required to