Corey Cabral authors the article "Governor Brown's Budget Proposal Targets Misguided and Inefficient PAGA Litigation" for the March 14, 2016 issue of the California Employment Law Letter. "In January, Governor Edmund G. Brown submitted his 2016-2017 budget to the California Legislature. The governor's budget includes a proposal that, if approved, would have a resounding impact on civil actions filed by California employees under the Private Attorney General Act (PAGA). Since the PAGA was enacted, it has been criticized as wasteful and excessively costly for employers. This article is intended to illuminate the scope of those issues and explain why the proposal is an appropriate plan to resolve them." Click HERE to read the full article.
Corey Cabral Authors Article on Governor Brown’s Budget Proposal for PAGA Litigation for California Employment Law Letter
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