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Consistent with its previous rulings on the Labor Code, on May 23 the California Supreme Court held, in Naranjo v. Spectrum Security Services, Inc., that an employee who successfully sues to recover unpaid meal premiums under Labor Code § 226.7 will also be entitled to derivative wage statement and waiting time penalties under Labor Code sections 226 and 203, respectively.

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Photo of Lindsay E. Hutner Lindsay E. Hutner

Lindsay E. Hutner focuses her practice on employment law, with an emphasis on litigation matters. She represents clients in both federal and state courts, as well as before administrative agencies, defending companies in both class actions and single-plaintiff cases involving employment discrimination, harassment,

Lindsay E. Hutner focuses her practice on employment law, with an emphasis on litigation matters. She represents clients in both federal and state courts, as well as before administrative agencies, defending companies in both class actions and single-plaintiff cases involving employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour, unfair competition, enforcement of non-competes and other restrictive covenants, misappropriation of trade secrets, wrongful termination, and breach of contract.

To mitigate risk, Lindsay advises employers on all facets of employment relationships, including the design and implementation of employment practices and handbooks, proper employee classification, wage and hour concerns, family and medical leave, workplace investigations, risk assessment of harassment and discrimination claims, terminations, and various employment laws, including the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, California wage and hour laws, Business & Professions Code section 17200, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, California Family Rights Act, the federal Family Medical Leave Act and the Fair Labor Standards Act.  She also conducts on-site trainings and workplace audits.   She also drafts all types of employment agreements, including executive employment contracts and severance and release agreements.

Photo of Samuel S. Hyde Samuel S. Hyde

Samuel S. Hyde is a member of the Labor & Employment and Litigation practices in Greenberg Traurig’s Sacramento office. He assists clients with general labor & employment and general litigation matters.

Prior to joining the firm, Samuel served as a law clerk for…

Samuel S. Hyde is a member of the Labor & Employment and Litigation practices in Greenberg Traurig’s Sacramento office. He assists clients with general labor & employment and general litigation matters.

Prior to joining the firm, Samuel served as a law clerk for the Honorable Dale A. Drozd for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California, where he worked on a variety of civil cases including trade secret matters, employment disputes, property disputes, breaches of contract, civil rights, and habeas.

Sam has also acted as Special Counsel to the General Counsel for the National Security Agency (NSA). He provided legal and policy advice in direct support to NSA’s General Counsel. He drafted formal and informal legal briefings, defending the Agency’s positions in the interagency process, to Congress, and to the public. Through his work at NSA, Sam obtained a top-secret security clearance with access to sensitive compartmented information.