Month: February 2015

Crains and Construction

What is a “Public Work” Under California Law?

Feb 12, 2015

Defining Public Work Often workers are unsure whether the California project where they are working is a “public work” that requires their employer to pay them a minimum “prevailing wage” rate set by the State of California. California Labor Code section 1720 defines a public work as: “Construction, alteration, demolition, […]

Prevailing Wage Class Action Filed Against Long Beach and Contractors on Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement Project

Feb 5, 2015

Law360 reported this week that Donahoo & Associates, PC filed a proposed class action lawsuit in California court on behalf of Plaintiff Jerome Fatulegaee. The plaintiff accuses Long Beach, Tidelands Oil Production Co., subcontractor Nabors Completion & Production Services Co. and other unspecified contractors and subcontractors of failing to pay […]

Scroll to Top