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California Appellate Court Rules That School District Entitled to Retain Unused Hardship Funding Provided by the State of California

USA - May 27 2022 On May 24, 2022, the California Court of Appeal (3rd District) ruled that the San Bernardino City Unified School District (“District”) was entitled…

John H. Bakhit, W. Bryce Chastain, Suparna Jain

Court of Appeal Rules That Trial Courts May Exercise Discretion to Deny Attorney Fee Awards in California Public Records Act Lawsuits Achieving Minimal or Insignificant Results

USA - May 2 2022 In a matter of first impression, the California Court of Appeal (2nd District) has ruled that an attorney fee award need not be granted in every…

Scott D. Danforth,, A. Christopher Duran, Kathryn E. Meola, Mark W. Thompson,

California Education Employers Are Subject to New COVID Sick Leave Law

USA - February 11 2022 Update: California’s Department of Industrial Relations has updated its website to include FAQs about the 2022 COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave…

Tina L. Kannarr, Michele A. Landenberger, Joshua E. Morrison, Aaron V. O'Donnell

Governor Signs Executive Order N-3-22 to Support Safe In-Person Learning in Schools Amid Surge in COVID-19 Cases

USA - January 13 2022 On Tuesday, January 11, Governor Newsom signed Executive Order (“EO”) N-3-22 in response to the recent surge of COVID-19 omicron cases. EO N-3-22…

Georgelle C. Cuevas, William A. Diedrich,, Joshua E. Morrison, Nathaniel Rosilez

Governor Newsom’s K-12 Vaccine “Mandate” Raises Questions

USA - October 5 2021 On October 1, 2021, Governor Newsom issued a press release (the “Press Release”) and additional information indicating that COVID-19…

Steven J. Andelson, Amy W. Estrada, Kathryn E. Meola, Joshua E. Morrison, Aaron V. O'Donnell