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California Supreme Court clearing the employment law backlog

October 13, 2011

In September, we got news that the now fully-staffed California Supreme Court had finally got around to putting Harris v. Superior Court on the hearing calendar. Now it’s Brinker Restaurant Corp. v. Superior Court, the case that launched a million “when are they going to…” complaints by employment lawyers on both sides of the aisle. The Supreme Court has announced that it will hear Brinker on November 8, 2011.

So mark your calendars — B-day (get it?) is January 8, 2012, just about the time that all those new employment laws (part 1, part 2) take effect. That’s the last day by which the opinion should be filed. But then again, I guess another delay wouldn’t be too surprising, would it?

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