CDF attorney Corey Cabral was quoted in the recent Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) article "More California Employers Are Getting Hit with PAGA Claims." Click HERE to read about current PAGA trends and how to minimize risks.
PAGA took effect in 2004, but litigation under the act picked up in 2009 when the California Supreme Court held that the stringent certification requirements for bringing a class action do not apply to PAGA actions. "After this decision, it became common to see PAGA claims tacked on to class-action claims," said Corey Cabral, an attorney with Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP in Sacramento. "Plaintiffs also began filing PAGA-only actions, without asserting any individual or class claims."
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