This morning, the Supreme Court is hearing oral argument in Los Angeles in Miller v. Bank of America. Right now I'm not expecting to receive a report on that argument.
Tomorrow, the Supreme Court is hearing oral argument in the Amalgamated and Arias cases, also in Los Angeles. I have a reporter lined up to cover those arguments, and hope to be able to post her report here on Thursday.
Today, I'm speaking at the SFTLA's Wage & Hour seminar in San Francisco. The seminar runs from noon to 2:00 p.m. at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel at 450 Powell St. (registration begins at 11:30). This event is open to plaintiffs' attorneys only. It costs $120 ($105 for SFTLA, SCCTLA, or ACCTLA members) and offers two hours of MCLE credit. My co-speakers are Todd Schneider, Eve Cervantez, and Jonathan Gertler. On-site registration is still available.
On Friday, May 1, 2009, I'm speaking at CELA's 5th Annual Advanced Wage & Hour Seminar in Los Angeles. This event is also open to plaintiffs' attorneys only. Click here to download the registration form.
After the reports on Amalgamated and Arias go up on Thursday, the blog will be on hiatus for several weeks. I will interrupt the hiatus for significant news, such as if the Tobacco decision comes down early. You can continue to reach me by phone or email during this time.