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While attending Stanford Law School, Betsy served as the managing editor of the Stanford Law and Policy Review, was a member of the Women of Stanford Law, participated in the Organizations and Transactions Clinic, and served as a representative member of the Stanford Law Association.

The deadline to comply with California pay reporting requirements is fast approaching. As reported last year, SB 1162 (codified in section 12999 of the California Government Code) requires private employers having 100 or more total employees to submit an annual report detailing pay, demographic, and other workforce data to the California Civil Rights Department (CRD) (formerly the Department of Fair Employment and Housing). The employee count for these purposes consists of full-time workers, part-time workers, and/or workers hired through labor contractors. This year, the reports are due on May 8, 2024, for reporting year 2023.Continue Reading Deadline for California Employer’s Pay Reports Fast Approaches

The California Supreme Court recently issued a decision in Huerta v. CSI Electrical Contractors addressing three questions from the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit regarding Wage Order No. 16 (which applies to certain on-site occupations in the construction, drilling, logging, and mining industries) and the scope of the term “hours worked.”Continue Reading The California Supreme Court Clarifies Compensable Time