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Ninth Circuit Holds that California Labor Laws Apply to Work Performed Within California by Nonresident Employees

California Employment Law Update

Three employees of the Oracle Corporation, instructors who trained customers to use Oracle software, sued the company for failure to pay overtime wages.  The plaintiffs were not residents of California during the employment period in question, but performed some work within the state.  The plaintiffs brought three claims against Oracle seeking compensation for unpaid overtime wages.