Case Study: Sullivan V. Oracle

Law360, New York (July 20, 2011, 1:57 PM EDT) -- California-based employers: Do you employ employees in other states? If so, do they occasionally come to California on business? Non-California-based Employers: Do your employees ever come to California on business?

If so, according to a recent ruling by the California Supreme Court,[1] you may need to watch out. In that June 30 ruling, the Supreme Court unanimously gave nonresident employees the right to sue their California-based employers for overtime pay based on work they did in California, even if that work lasted for only a single...
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