Sorry for no posting.

An unfortunate confluence of work, personal, and family business have kept me very busy in the last two months. I'm hoping everything will be back to normal by September.

Reynolds v. Bement

The California Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that the state's labor laws do not impose personal liability on corporate officers and directors for unpaid wages owed by a corporate employer. This includes unpaid overtime pay based on the erroneous classification of workers as exempt employees [Reynolds v. Bement, et al., Cal. Sup. Ct. No. S115823 (August 11, 2005)].
Jackson Lewis has more, here.