Catherine Fisk

UC Irvine Law School

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Chancellor's Professor of Law at University of California Irvine Law School, specializing in labor and employment law

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Employers and employees are closely watching a case heard today by the State Supreme Court.

California Supreme Court Considers Major Employment Case

Employers and employees are closely watching a case heard today by the State Supreme Court.

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