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California Court Rules That CFRA Covered Employee's Leave to Care for Adult Sister Prior to Expanded Law
Society for Human Resource Management [SHRM]; membership may be required to view articleLink to more items from this source
Oct. 4, 2021

"The employee was entitled to take family leave because he stood 'in loco parentis' to his sister, the court said. In 2014, the CFRA did not cover an employee's leave of absence to care for a sibling. At that time, however, an employee was entitled to take leave to care for an adult dependent, including one to whom the employee stood in loco parentis." [Vincent v. Dept. of the Cal. Highway Patrol, No. B302026 (Cal. Ct. App. Aug. 31, 2021)]

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