Workers To Test Limits Of Calif. Overtime Ruling

Law360, New York (July 22, 2011, 6:50 PM EDT) -- The California Supreme Court's recent ruling that out-of-state residents who temporarily work in the Golden State can recover unpaid overtime under California law is expected to spur a wave of lawsuits alleging such workers are entitled to other perks under the state's employee-friendly labor code, attorneys say.

The state Supreme Court's June 30 opinion in a putative class action against software maker Oracle Corp. by Colorado resident Donald Sullivan and other former Oracle software instructors, leaves three unresolved issues that will rear their heads in future...
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