On February 13, 2020, the California Supreme Court ruled that Apple must pay its employees for time they spend having their bags searched. Although Apple does not require employees to bring bags to work (and allows them to do so as a benefit), the Court nonetheless concluded that the search time counts as time the employees are under their employer’s “control,” as that term is used in California’s Wage Order No. 7. WLF submitted an amicus curiae brief arguing that because adopting the plaintiffs’ construction of the wage order would render it unconstitutionally vague, the court should avoid that interpretation.