Oman v. Delta Airlines, Inc.
The Ninth Circuit certified the following questions of state law to the Supreme Court of California: (1) Do California Labor Code 204 and 226 apply to wage payments and wage statements provided by an out-of-state employer to an employee who, in the relevant pay period, works in California only episodically and for less than a day at a time? (2) Does California minimum wage law apply to all work performed in California for an out-of-state employer by an employee who works in California only episodically and for less than a day at a time? (3) Does the Armenta/Gonzalez bar on averaging wages apply to a pay formula that generally awards credit for all hours on duty, but which, in certain situations resulting in higher pay, does not award credit for all hours on duty? View "Oman v. Delta Airlines, Inc." on Justia Law