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California’s Private Attorney General Act is enforceable against public entities Advocate Article

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Date Published

May 1, 2019

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

PAGA and public employees

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Summary

AN ISSUE OF FIRST IMPRESSION: DOES PAGA, WITH ITS QUI TAM ACTIONS, APPLY TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEES?

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Scott Tillett

Scott Tillett is an associate with the appellate boutique Pine & Pine. He received his B.S. in Psychobiology from Chapman... Read More

Dustin Collier

Dustin Collier is a principal and founder at Collier Law Firm, LLP, where he represents plaintiffs in employment and personal... Read More

V. Joshua Socks

V. Joshua Socks is partners with Dustin Collier, where they focus on employees who have been wrongfully terminated and... Read More

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