In a long awaited decision, California’s Supreme Court has ruled that the State’s Labor Code provisions governing overtime pay may apply to non-residents working in California for “a California-based employer.” Sullivan v. Oracle Corp., 51 Cal. 4th 1191 (2011). A detailed analysis of the decision and its potential implications is available here.

California wage-and-hour practitioners and commentators continue to await the California Supreme Court’s ruling regarding the scope of the Labor Code’s “meal and rest” requirements in Brinker Restaurant Corp.