Sunday, June 14, 2009

CEB Chooses Steven G. Pearl to Author Wage and Hour Litigation Treatise

Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB) has selected Steven G. Pearl to author a chapter in its forthcoming treatise, California Wage and Hour Law: Compliance and Litigation. Mr. Pearl will author the chapter entitled Litigating Wage and Hour Cases: Plaintiffs' Perspective.

Mr. Pearl is principal of The Pearl Law Firm, a Los Angeles, California Wage and Hour Law Firm for Employees. Mr. Pearl represents employees in individual cases and class actions to recover unpaid minimum wages, overtime compensation, compensation for missed meal breaks and missed rest breaks, vacation pay, commissions, and bonus compensation. Mr. Pearl helps employees who have been treated as independent contractors or as exempt, salaried employees. He also helps employees negotiate retention bonuses, severance agreements, and severance pay.

Founded by the University of California and the State Bar of California in 1947, CEB is California's leading legal publisher.