In Stuart v. RadioShack Corp., the District Court for the Northern District of California held that before an employer’s duty to reimburse employees for expenses is triggered, it must either have known or have reason to know that the employee has incurred the expense.
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- Workers’ Compensation Coverage Extended for Injuries Entirely Related to Discrimination |
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- CRLA Now Entitled to Request Attorneys’ Fees |
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