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PAGA Cases Offer Rare Victories For Calif. Employers

Law360, New York (February 5, 2018, 11:09 AM EST) -- If you’re a California employer, perhaps no single law strikes fear into your heart quite as much as the Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004 (PAGA). A source of great frustration for employers, PAGA allows individual “aggrieved employees” to bring representative actions on behalf of themselves and other aggrieved employees to recover civil penalties for Labor Code violations, sometimes extracting staggering amounts from employers. First enacted in 2004, PAGA allows plaintiffs to skirt the otherwise rigorous requirements for class action litigation.

California employers are...
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