Lujan v. Minagar etc.

Lujan v. Minagar - Firing someone because you think they're about to report you violates Labor Code Sec. 6310, which prohibits termination of employee in retaliation for reporting violations of Occupational Safety and Health Act.

Lonicki v. Sutter Health Central - Employee who was performing nearly identical duties for two employers but claimed to be unable to continue doing so due to medical condition could not take California Family Rights Act leave from one position and not the other. Where sole documentation of purported medical condition was note from family nurse practitioner saying employee would be out of work until a specified date for "medical reasons," employee did not provide satisfactory evidence of "qualifying medical condition," and employer was not required to invoke "three-opinion" procedure as a prerequisite to litigating CalFRA claim.