California Employers Get a Break on Meal and Rest Claims But Still Face Class Action Filings
Employment Law Outlook 2013
Kathryn A. Nyce
Ms. Nyce practices complex commercial litigation with emphasis on antitrust, consumer protection and employment litigation. Ms. Nyce has extensive experience with class action and representative litigation.
Ms. Nyce has assisted clients in class and representative actions involving antitrust claims, claims of unfair business practices and other consumer protection based allegations. Additionally, she has defended complex wage-hour class actions involving exemptions to the overtime laws. She has also handled cases involving technical violations of the California Labor Code, such as unpaid wage and vacation forfeiture claims. Ms. Nyce has represented clients in a variety of industries, including telecommunications, retail, education, natural gas marketing and manufacturing.
Ms. Nyce is a frequent lecturer on a variety of employment law topics, including prevention of wage-hour claims, defense of employment class actions and prevention of harassment and discrimination claims.
Before joining Pillsbury, Ms. Nyce was a judicial extern to the Honorable Arthur R. Alarcon, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Lawyer's Club of San Diego, Association of Business Trial Lawyers, American Inns of Court, Louis M. Welsh Chapter
“Employment Law Outlook” Presentation, February 2013