When a memorandum of understanding is explicit as to the substance of a benefit conferred upon workers, but not the term of the benefits, a party can rely on extrinsic evidence to prove the existence of an implied term requiring the continuation of that benefit in perpetuity. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act applies to retirees. Changes in retirees' health benefits are covered by the FEHA, despite the fact that they are not active employees.
Harris v. County of Orange - filed Sept. 5, 2018
Cite as 2018 S.O.S. 13-56061
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