What does Winston Churchill have to do with California wage and hour requirements? Well, the “shot” at employers in Soto v. Motel 6 Operating L.P. at the California Court of
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Today, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that an employer may be held liable for retaliating against an employee who did not engage in any protected activity, but who has a close relationship with another employee who did engage in protected activity.

Continue Reading Supreme Court Finds that Employee Who Did Not Engage in Protected Activity Under Title VII is Still Protected by Title VII’s Anti-Retaliation Prohibition