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MacBook Pro Defective Display

Apple Sued for Defective MacBook Pro Displays

PARRIS Law Firm has filed a class action against Apple Inc. on behalf of MacBook Pro owners in the United States who have experienced a MacBook Pro display defect occurring after normal use. This is due to a failure of the laptop’s display flex cable. If you have experienced this defect and would like updates

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Food Production Worker

A Victory For 1,400 Essential Food Production Workers

A judge ruled that 1,400 hourly-paid food production workers for Leprino Foods will move forward together in their case against the world’s largest mozzarella cheese maker. The judge granted class certification of the workers’ allegations of meal and rest break violations. These violations occurred at Leprino’s Lemoore West Plant in Lemoore, California, which operates twenty-four

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Salaried Worker

Salaried Workers: Make Sure You’re Getting Paid Correctly

Many salaried workers in California are not getting paid all the wages they deserve. This happens when they are “misclassified” as “exempt employees,” and are paid a salary instead of hourly pay. This matters because salaried employees do not receive overtime wages, rest breaks, and meal breaks that hourly-paid workers receive. California law requires that

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2020: Changes To California Labor Laws

Happy New Year! California has made several changes to its labor laws that go into effect on January 1, 2020. Here are a few that may affect you. Higher Minimum Wage In 2020, the State of California minimum wage increases to $13 per hour for employers with 26 or more employees, and $12 per hour for employers

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mechanical turk worker

Are You An Amazon Mechanical Turk Worker?

MTurk Worker Rights As an Amazon Mechanical Turk worker, are you getting paid for every minute that you work? Are you making, at the very least, minimum wage? With so many HITs paying just pennies or a $1, the majority of Turkers are NOT making the required California state minimum wage per hour worked. Amazon

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rideshare driver

Opoli Drivers: Fight For Your Rights

Get Paid Correctly As A Rideshare Driver As a rideshare driver for Opoli, are you tired of never knowing what you’ll be paid for your time worked? Maybe you’re filled with uncertainty as your pay goes up or down depending on ride distance or peak hours. You’re also burdened with paying for all of your

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mystery shopper

Are You A Mystery Shopper?

Mystery shoppers, also known as secret shoppers, are oftentimes paid on a per job basis. Some mystery shopping jobs may not pay any money at all! Instead of pay, the employer only offers a reimbursement of an item, such as food or entertainment, in exchange for the worker’s time. Mystery shoppers should actually be getting

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fees to cash paycheck

Paying Fees To Cash Your Paycheck? Stop Now.

CA Law: Cashing Your Paycheck Without Fees California labor laws protect employees in more ways than one. A law that employers sometimes fail to comply with, California Labor Code Section 212, states that your employer must provide a way for you to cash your paycheck without paying fees at the bank. The employer must either:

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Are There Deadlines For Filing A Lawsuit?

Yes, there are deadlines for filing a lawsuit in California. These deadlines are called the statutes of limitations. They place a time limit on how long a person has to file a lawsuit or pursue a claim in the legal system. Statutes of limitations were created in part to encourage the prompt investigation of crimes

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California is Protecting Gig Worker Rights

Many corporations that employ gig workers treat their workers like independent contractors in order to avoid paying them benefits and other employment protections. Fortunately, this practice is coming to an end since California passed a bill (AB5) that will result in the further reclassification of gig workers as employees. This means that reclassified gig workers

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