The California Supreme Court was scheduled to hear oral arguments Tuesday in a meal- and rest-break lawsuit against Chili’s parent Brinker International that has implications for all employers in California. Restaurant operators across the state are hoping the long-awaited ruling in the case — which is expected in about 90 days — will clarify key aspects of state regulations regarding meal periods and rest breaks for workers. In addition, a decision is expected to determine ...
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