LAUREN TEUKOLSKY’S “WAGE AND HOUR CASE NOTES” PUBLISHED IN THE NOVEMBER 2023 EDITION OF CALIFORNIA LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW REVIEW
Lauren Teukolsky’s “Wage and Hour Case Notes” were published in the November 2023 edition of the California Labor and Employment Law Review. Ms. Teukolsky’s column describes seven new decisions from California and federal appellate courts that affect wage-and-hour law. Among the cases are significant rulings regarding reimbursements for pandemic era work-from-home expenses, arbitration exemptions for transportation workers, time entry rounding, and one of the first appellate applications of Adolph v. Uber, among other topics.
Wage-and-hour law is an ever-changing field with new appellate decisions that often reshape the legal landscape. Ms. Teukolsky has navigated those appellate decisions for over 20 years and is an expert in both state and federal wage-and-hour law. She speaks frequently on wage-and-hour topics at national and state conferences and is regularly quoted by media outlets for her insights on the topic.
The California Lawyers Association (CLA) is a voluntary statewide bar association. Its mission is to “promote excellence, diversity and inclusion in the legal profession and fairness in access to justice and the rule of law.” Ms. Teukolsky’s “Wage and Hour Case Notes” are published on a quarterly basis by CLA’s Labor and Employment Law Section.
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Lauren Teukolsky is the founder and owner of Teukolsky Law, A Professional Corporation.