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  • Pharmaceutical Sales Reps are Outside Salesmen and Don't Get Overtime
    Pharmaceutical Sales Reps are Outside Salesmen and Don't Get Overtime

    On June 18 th , 2012, in Christopher v. SmithKline Beecham Corp., (The US Supreme Court, No.11-204), held that pharmaceutical sales representatives are outside salesmen and therefore they are not ...

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  • Civil Service Reform Act Provides Exclusive Avenue for Judicial Review
    Civil Service Reform Act Provides Exclusive Avenue for Judicial Review

    On June 11 th , 2012, in Elgin v. Dept. of Treasury, (The U.S. Supreme Court, No. 11-45), held that the Civil Service Reform Act (CRSA) provides the exclusive avenue to judicial review when adverse ...

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  • Trial Court can Look at all Relevant Evidence When Making a Determination
    Trial Court can Look at all Relevant Evidence When Making a Determination

    On March 13, 2012, in Cate v. California Sate Personnell Board (Norton), (California Courts of Appeal – 4 th District, No. E053011), the court held that a trial court can make its own determination of ...

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  • Government License Required to Provide Direct Mental Health Care
    Government License Required to Provide Direct Mental Health Care

    On March 1, 2012, in Brown v. County of Los Angeles (California Courts of Appeal – 2nd District, No. B229993), the court held that government employees who render direct psychological health services ...

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  • Contractual Employment
    Contractual Employment

    Employment is presumed to be on an at-will basis unless the employer and employee have agreed to an employment contract. An employment contract specifically dictates the terms of employment between an ...

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  • Public Safety Officers and the Right to Review Personnel Files
    Public Safety Officers and the Right to Review Personnel Files

    On February 15, 2012, in Barber v. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (California Courts of Appeal – 4th District, No. E052296), the court held that previously employed officers ...

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