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SB 64

  • California Senate Bill
  • 2009-2010, 8th Special Session
  • Introduced in Senate Feb 16, 2010
  • Senate
  • Assembly
  • Governor

Employment: actions by aggrieved employees.


The existing Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004 was enacted to provide aggrieved employees with a nonexclusive remedy acting as private attorneys general to seek civil penalties for violations of the Labor Code on their own behalf or on behalf of other employees, which penalties previously could be assessed and collected only by the Labor and Workforce Development Agency or its subordinate entities. This bill would repeal that act.

Bill Sponsors (2)

Dennis Hollingsworth

  • Republican

Mark Wyland

  • Republican


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Mar 11, 2010


From committee without further action.

Feb 16, 2010


Introduced. Read first time. To Com. on RLS.

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