TOP 10 EMPLOYMENT LAW DEVELOPMENTS OF 2018: NO. 3 – MINUTES COUNT: THE FLSA’S DE MINIMIS DOCTRINE DOES NOT APPLY IN CA California employers have long relied on federal doctrines such as the de minimis rule, which excuses employers from compensating employees for very small amounts of time worked off the clock, when creating their…

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Can a religious preference belief ever support a defense to anti-discrimination laws?  That was the question the U.S. Supreme Court faced and avoided in Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission earlier today. The issue revolved around a cake shop whose devout Christian owners refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple…

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