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CA Cannabis Companies With 20 Employees Must Certify They Have “Labor Peace”

USA - October 21 2019 As of January 1, 2020, licensed cannabis companies in California with 20 or more employees will have 60 days to certify that they’ve entered into a...

What’s Behind the Battle Over Workplace Arbitration?

USA - October 19 2019 We’ve been talking a lot about employment arbitration since the passage of AB 51. We’ve discussed the bill itself, and we’ve reassessed the pros and...

Time to Reassess the Pros and Cons of Mandatory Employment Arbitration

USA - October 18 2019 With the passage of AB 51, which we discussed in yesterday’s post, it’s understandable for employers and HR professionals to be asking if mandatory...

California Takes Another Swipe at Mandatory Arbitration Agreements

USA - October 15 2019 On October 10, 2019, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 51 (AB 51) into law, prohibiting employers from requiring employees to sign...

Andrew S. Esler.

New California Law Will Reshape Worker Classifications

USA - September 18 2019 On Sept. 18, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB-5 into law, drastically altering how millions of Californians are paid and vastly complicating the legal...

Sahara Pynes, Daniel V. Kitzes, Brian Casillas, Nancy Yaffe.