Over 75 Years of Service
Beeson, Tayer & Bodine has represented labor unions and collectively-bargained employee benefit plans in California for over seventy-five years. With offices in Oakland and Sacramento, the firm serves clients throughout the Western United States.
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March 12, 2021 by Tony Rice
In an unusual case, PERB has awarded attorneys fee to a union as part of the remedy for an unlawful unilateral change. The case involved a collective bargaining agreement between the Sacramento City Teachers Association... read more
March 5, 2021 by Christopher Hammer
Generally, California employers can only deduct salary overpayments from an employee’s paycheck with the employee’s consent or with a court order obtained through the wage garnishment process. But a California appellate court has now ruled... read more
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