2. Private Attorney General Act
Overall, the argument was engaging, the justices were prepared and active. There did not appear to be too much question left in the justices' decision making process. Assuredly, this one-hour argument will have a vast impact on the practice of employment law in California.
Thank you again, Matthew, for providing such an interesting report for us. I did not expect the NLRA issue to be the focus of so much discussion. For another report on the argument, see this writeup by Shawn Westrick of Kawahito Shraga & Westrick, LLP in Los Angeles. The opinion is due in 90 days, or by Wednesday, July 2, 2014.