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    Why not UCL and why not wage actions? If an employer has an unlawful employment policy, such as don't tell anyone how much you make, and hasn't enforced it, it still has a chilling effect, but wouldn't this case say, no standing, period.

    michael walsh

    The reason is because the UCL and PAGA have their own specific standing rules. Without a loss of money or property, no UCL. PAGA gives standing without the same damages, but you must follow procedures. Wage claims virtually by definition involve actual damages.

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