The article below was featured in Business Insider on July 24, 2019. A legislative effort to raise the compensation for qualified medical examiners in California aims to help quell the loss of doctors working on cases involving injured workers. Qualified medical evaluators are physicians certified by the California Division of Workers Compensation Medical Unit to…Details
RPNA’s Nicholas Roxborough attended last week’s National WCIRB Annual Conference, where he spoke on the Dynamex issue and also served as a moderator on the California Consumer Protection Act of 2018.
Roxborough, Pomerance, Nye & Adreani is proud to announce that its Co-Managing partner, Nicholas P. Roxborough, was unanimously approved by the Los Angeles City Council as Commissioner for the Los Angeles World Airports. We are proud of Nick’s continued desire to serve the greater good through public service. We therefore proudly share with you the…Details
Testifying live before the legislature in Sacramento yesterday, Nicholas P. Roxborough, co-managing partner at Roxborough, Pomerance, Nye & Adreani (RPNA), provided detailed evidence to support Assemblymember Rubio’s successful request for an audit of the Division of Workers Compensation (DWC) by the California State Auditor Elaine Howle. In her request, Assemblymember Rubio stated her hope that…Details
We want to share the exciting news that Mi Kim, an extraordinarily talented trial, appellate and policy making lawyer, has joined Roxborough, Pomerance, Nye & Adreani, LLP.
1. “Call-In” Shifts Trigger Reporting Time Wages On February 4, 2019, a divided panel of the California Court of Appeal, in Ward v. Tilly’s Inc., held that certain on call scheduling triggered the Wage Order’s reporting time pay requirements, effectively putting an end to a common scheduling practice in California. In this case, employees of Tilly’s,…Details
In the recent case of NEW PRIME INC. v. OLIVEIRA, the United States Supreme Court carved out an important exception to the rule that arbitration agreements are typically enforceable to prevent employees from bringing actions in court, when it ruled unanimously that workers engaged in interstate commerce can avoid arbitration agreements and have their grievances…Details
New California law requires that all employers of five or more employees must provide one hour of sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention training to non-managerial employees and two hours of sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention training to managerial employees once every two years. Prior law only required training of supervisory employees. Under the…Details
January 28, 2019 – Roxborough, Pomerance, Nye & Adreani, LLP is pleased and honored to announce that Drew Pomerance has been selected to America’s Top 100 Civil Defense Litigators® for 2019. Selection to America’s Top 100 Civil Defense Litigators® is by invitation only and is reserved to identify the most exceptional Civil Defense Litigators throughout the nation. Candidates…Details
As many business owners are aware, the California Supreme Court recently threw employers a serious curveball with respect to how employers must calculate overtime. Adding to the confusion, the Court stated employers should have been aware of this calculation method even though the same California Supreme Court declared it void over 20 years ago.