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5 trends to watch in California labor & employment law 2022

USA - January 7 2022 Expands the definition of “family member” covered under the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) to include parents-in-law with serious health…

Ellen M. Bandel, Charles S. Birenbaum, Ryan C. Bykerk, Chris Cruz, Lindsay E. Hutner, Samuel S. Hyde, Anthony E. Guzman II, Kurt A. Kappes, Mark D. Kemple, Vanessa C. Krumbein, Radha D.S. Kulkarni, Timothy Long, Tayanah C. Miller, Bryan W. Patton, Philip I. Person, Ashley M. Farrell Pickett, Jamie R. Rich, Jonathan S. Sack, Rowena Santos, Charles O. Thompson, Matthew J. Weber, Michael Wertheim

A Recall to Arms after Covid-19 - Some California Employers Must Offer Rehire to Laid-off Employees

USA - May 18 2021 California recently enacted an employee recall law that may substantially affect employers in the tourism and travel industries amid the emerging…

Yoon-Woo Nam

Update: The Office of Administrative Law Approves Cal-OSHA Emergency COVID-19 Regulations

USA - December 4 2020 On Nov. 30, 2020, the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) approved Cal-OSHA’s emergency Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) safety regulations…

Lindsay E. Hutner, Tayanah C. Miller

Cal-OSHA Adopts Emergency COVID-19 Regulations

USA - November 25 2020 On Nov. 19, 2020, the California Occupational Health & Safety Standards Board unanimously adopted 21 pages of emergency Coronavirus Disease 2019…

Lindsay E. Hutner, Tayanah C. Miller

COVID-19 and Retirement Plan Partial Terminations

USA - April 24 2020 Among the longer-term considerations for employer layoff and furlough decisions is the impact on a single employer pension, profit sharing, or 401(k)…

Jonathan S. Sack