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California’s AB 685 Expands Employers’ COVID-19 Notification Requirements, Effective January 1

USA - December 9 2020 Effective January 1, 2021, California employers will be required under Assembly Bill (AB) 685 to provide detailed notices to employees when there is a…

Carolyn Rashby

Recent Federal and State Laws Restrict Use of Employee Non-Competition Agreements by Government Contractors and Other Employers

USA - August 19 2021 The employee non-competition agreement landscape continues to evolve rapidly, with several states enacting new limits on the use of non-competition…

Daniel E. Johnson, Robert Newman, Paul Rowley

New York Employees May Begin Using New Paid Sick Leave Benefits on January 1, 2021

USA - October 8 2020 New York State’s new paid sick leave law (“NYSSL”) took effect on September 30, 2020, requiring employers to allow employees to begin accruing paid…

Lindsay Buchanan Burke, Carolyn Rashby

New California COVID-19 Workers’ Comp Bill Creates Disputable Presumption and New Reporting Requirements

USA - October 8 2020 California Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed Senate Bill (SB) 1159, which adds COVID-19-related illness or death to the list of injuries covered…

Michelle Barineau, Carolyn Rashby

New York City’s Amended Salary Transparency Law to Take Effect on November 1

USA - May 19 2022 Starting November 1, 2022, New York City employers will be required to post salary ranges on advertisements for internal and external job listings…

Ryan Partelow