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Daniel H. Handman, a partner in the firm’s Los Angeles office, could spend hours talking about his impressive roster of litigation victories. These include successfully taking more than a dozen cases to trial, numerous favorable summary judgment rulings, and many arbitration successes. Dan’s areas of expertise include discrimination/harassment cases, wage & hour, and employee theft/trade secret litigation. Learn more at:

Managing Remote Employees During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Managing Remote Employees During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic had led employers around the country to move employees to remote work, where that is possible. In the highly regulated California workplace, that trend raises several significant questions and possible pitfalls for employers. Meal and Rest Breaks Unlike offices, homes do not have time-tracking systems and unless your time-tracking is maintained online, […]

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