This decision agrees with the employer that a single PAGA claim alleging violations of 8 different Labor Code sections probably stated 8 separate “causes of action” for purposes of summary adjudication.  But that didn’t help the employer which had moved for summary adjudication as to the PAGA claim as a whole, rather than with respect to each alleged Labor Code violation.  To defeat that motion, the plaintiff had only to raise a triable issue as to one of the Labor Code violations.  Having done so, the plaintiff was entitled to reversal of the summary adjudication order.  The appellate court could not consider whether there were triable issues as to any of the remaining 7 Labor Code sections since plaintiff had not been notified by the motion that he had to raise triable issues as to each Labor Code section individually.