David Rosenfeld quoted by San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 4, 2017
David Rosenfeld… said that in general, it’s unusual for companies to not comply with the department’s request, and that the employee contact information is not something that members of the public can see under a Freedom of Information Act request. The Department of Labor may need the contact information of employees to talk to them to make sure that the salary information is accurate, he said.
David Rosenfeld quoted in The San Francisco Chronicle (registration required), Sept. 4, 2015
“Netflix is going to stand firm and take their licks on it,” he said. “In these lower-paid jobs, people come and go all the time. That’s the way they function. There’s no incentive to offer big perks to keep people around.”
David Rosenfeld quoted in U.S. News & World Report, July 13, 2015
“When you use contractors you don’t have to pay taxes on them – you don’t have to provide workers compensation, you don’t have to worry about discrimination lawsuits, you don’t have to worry about union issues, and you don’t have to pay overtime,” he says. “The disincentive of using contractors is that you lose the right to tell them how to work, how to behave, how to dress. You lose control of your brand that you would have with employees.”
David Rosenfeld quoted byTime.com, June 17, 2015
“This is big, high stakes problem for them,” Rosenfeld says. While Uber emphasizes that the labor commission ruling is only about the status of a single driver, he notes that if Uber beats Berwick in court that doesn’t bar other drivers from bringing similar claims.
David Rosenfeld quoted by KTVU Online, May 13, 2014
Alameda attorney, David Rosenfeld, who teaches at the University of California-Berkeley law school, says the Diocese’s actions are protected under the First Amendment. “They have the right to say you must be a representative of the faith and you must act in your private capacity just like in your teaching capacity as a representative of the faith,” Rosenfeld said.
David Rosenfeld quoted in the Daily Californian, April 4, 2014
While UC Berkeley law lecturer David Rosenfeld, a practicing labor lawyer, supports the ability of college athletes to unionize, he acknowledges that organizing will be difficult because “every four years the workers leave and they don’t have a long-term interest.”… He said collegiate athletes at public and private schools could refuse to play before a game, demanding that their union is recognized by the university.
David Rosenfeld cited in The Daily Californian, March 20, 2014
The issuance of a complaint … only means the board believes there is sufficient evidence to go forward with a hearing or settlement conference, not that the university is at fault, said David Rosenfeld, a lecturer specializing in labor relations at the UC Berkeley School of Law.
David Rosenfeld quoted in Contra Costa Times, December 3, 2013
It is “totally unprecedented for an employer, after extensive negotiations and where they have signed off on (individual tentative agreements), to later come back and say, ‘Oh, we made a mistake,'” said veteran labor attorney and Boalt law school professor David Rosenfeld, whose firm represents SEIU Local 1021.
David Rosenfeld quoted in East Bay Express, August 1, 2012
“The problem is that nobody really steps up as the employer—nobody says you’re really responsible for paying me for my time,” said Rosenfeld.
PR Newswire, February 23, 2012 by Galen Munroe
“Loomis is violating various international labor standards which protect the right of workers to be represented by the union of their choice,” said David Rosenfeld, Professor at the UC Berkeley School of Law.