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    Pretty much what I expected from watching the argument. The only question I have is whether this definitively addresses the temporary employment situation where the temp may leave one assignment and take on another. Although some of the statements of the court would seem to apply to the temp agency, there decision in the Stephens v. Tulare County decision last month suggest a different outcome where there is an expectation of further employment down the road. The one thing for sure is that the Cal Supreme Court will not feel bound by this decision if they think a different result would make better public policy in the temp context. They now seem entirely results oriented in their decisions.

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