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Supreme Court of California
August 1, 2022, Opinion Filed
Issues ordered limited
Review was granted in this matter on July 20, 2022. The issue to be briefed and argued is limited to the following: Whether an aggrieved employee who has been compelled to arbitrate claims under the Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) that are “premised on Labor Code violations actually sustained by” the aggrieved employee (Viking River Cruises, Inc. v. Moriana (2022) 596 U.S. ___, ___ [213 L. Ed. 2d 179, 142 S.Ct. 1906, 1916] (Viking River Cruises); see Lab. Code, §§ 2698, 2699, subd. (a)) maintains statutory standing to pursue “PAGA claims arising out of events involving other employees” (Viking River Cruises, at p. ___ [142 S.Ct. at p. 1916]) in court or in any other forum the parties agree is suitable.
On application of petitioner and good cause appearing, it is ordered that the time to serve and file the opening brief on the merits is extended to September 19, 2022. No further extensions are contemplated.
Respondent's application for calendar preference and an expedited briefing schedule, filed July 27, 2022, is denied.
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2022 Cal. LEXIS 5021 *
ERIK ADOLPH v. UBER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
Prior History: [*1] Fourth Appellate District, Division Three, Nos. G059860|G060198.
Adolph v. Uber Techs., 2022 Cal. App. Unpub. LEXIS 2170, 2022 WL 1073583 (Cal. App. 4th Dist., Apr. 11, 2022)