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Ground Shifts Under California Employers As Governor Signs Flurry Of Significant Legislation

USA - October 14 2019 First-year Governor Gavin Newsom signed some significant pieces of legislation in recent days that will impact employers across California - ranging...

Benjamin Ebbink, James McDonald Jr., James Fessenden, Anet Drapalski, Tyler Woods, Haylee Saathoff.

California’s Groundbreaking Privacy Law Amended: What Do Employers Need To Know?

USA - October 12 2019 Governor Gavin Newsom just signed into law two amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) that will have a direct impact on employers...

Benjamin Ebbink.

WEB EXCLUSIVE - July 2019: The Top 18 Labor And Employment Law Stories

USA - August 1 2019 It’s hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While the law always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, there have been an...

Rosemary S. Gousman, Todd A. Fredrickson, David J. Treibman, Travis W. Vance, Todd A. Lyon, Megan E. Walker, Kevin J. Burns, Benjamin Ebbink, Davis Bae, Alexander Wheatley, Stephen Scott, Margaret Burnham, Cheryl Pinarchick, Clarence Belnavis, Richard R. Meneghello, Micah Dawson, Greg Grisham, Jessica Causgrove, Anderson Scott, Edwin G. Foulke Jr., Arthur M. Wolfson, Kevonna Ahmad, Benjamin Ross, Lauren Bever, Christine Howard, Cheryl L. Behymer, Steven M. Bernstein, Shanon R. Stevenson, John M. Polson, Ted Boehm, Susan M. Schaecher.

Employers May Catch Temporary Break On Impending California Privacy Law

USA - July 16 2019 Thanks to recent negotiations among state lawmakers, it appears that California employers may get a temporary reprieve on some of the more sweeping...

Contractual Employee Non-solicitation Provisions Under Attack: Employer Loses Battle in Case Involving Unique Facts

USA - January 21 2019 California’s prohibition against contracts that restrain a person’s ability to engage in a lawful business, profession, or trade is well-established...

David Monks.