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July 21, 2016Should Your Company Offer Unlimited Vacation Time?
"Take as much vacation as you like." It sounds too good to be true, but at some companies, it is a reality. more
March 25, 2016Tip Pooling and the Battle for Equitable Pay in Restaurants
At many restaurants, waiters and bartenders, who receive tips, rake in much more money than the cooks and kitchen staff, who rely on an hourly wage. To spread the money more equitably, the staff pools tips at the end of the night, which are then distributed according to a point system that everyone on staff understands more
January 28, 2016Your Legal Rights ~ Hosted By Chuck Finney (Employment Law: Public Employees Laws and Issues)
Your Legal Rights - San Mateo Deputy District Attorney Chuck Finney talks with experts on various legal topics, with listener participation. more
November 30, 2015Challenge taxes in time, or you’re out of luck, court rules
If your local school board assesses a new property tax, and an identical measure in a nearby town is ruled illegal a few months later, can you get your money back? more
November 11, 2015Former Sheriff Lee Baca will not get immunity at Paul Tanaka’s trial
Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca will not be immune from prosecution if he is called to testify in the corruption case against his former second-in-command and reveals any criminal activity that occurred in the jails under his watch. more
October 16, 2015District considers teacher affordable housing: South San Francisco school officials want more info,
AALRR Partner, Bryce Chastain is quoted in the Daily Journal, Wednesday, October 14, 2015. more
October 16, 2015Recent employment law changes scrutinized at IVEAC seminar
AALRR, Partner, William Betley is quoted in the Imperial Valley Press, Friday, October 16, 2015. more