ILG Legal Blog

While you may have recently seen the phrase “me too” on social media following the Harvey Weinstein allegations, “me too” evidence is actually frequently used in employment litigation. In employment cases, it is often very difficult for a plaintiff to provide direct evidence of an...

In a case in The Superior Court of California, Santa Clara Superior County, called Paolo Subida v. SC3 DVBE SECURITY SERVICES, INC. (“SC3”), Case No. 17CV305530, the judge has ordered a Class Notice to be sent to all Putative Class Members in the case. On January...

A job with an unlimited vacation policy seems awesome right? Companies that offer unlimited vacation policies are often viewed as employee friendly and revolutionary and many companies are jumping on the bandwagon. Your company tells you that they’re getting with the program and offering unlimited...

The Law is Like a Box of Chocolates: Federal Judge Allows False Advertising Suit Against Hershey’s to Move Past the Pleading Stage Because ‘Reasonable Consumer’ Determination More Appropriate for Summary Judgment If a box of chocolates is sold with the box half empty, has the chocolate...