Archive - Jul 2007

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July 15th

Personal Liability for Retaliation is Yet Another Burden for Supervisors

In 1998, the California Supreme Court ruled supervisors were not personally liable for damages resulting from wrongful termination or discrimination. The California Supreme Court recently granted review of Jones v. The Lodge at Torrey Pines where a supervisor was held personally liable for retaliation when an employee lost his job. Individual supervisors need to be aware their actions could put their personal assets at risk.

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