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California Updates Waiver Language Common In Settlement Agreements

February 25 2019 The California legislature recently updated the language of waivable language in California Civil Code Section 1542 that is intended to prevent a…

U.S. Companies Should Think Twice Before Inflicting A Cookie Banner On Their Website Visitors.

August 25 2020 Europe's "Cookie Law" is primarily responsible for the cookie banner blight afflicting everyone's web surfing. Even if a U.S. business is subject to…

How to Avoid Successor Liability in Asset Acquisitions

November 1 2018 People who buy and sell businesses will often look to structure the deal as an asset purchase in an effort to avoid getting stuck with the liabilities…

Is Your Company Experiencing Shipping Delays Due to COVID-19?

October 8 2020 If your company has been experiencing delays in shipping products to customers due to the COVID-19 pandemic, now is a good time to verify that your…

Putting A Cap On Participating Preferred Stock

March 7 2019 Participating preferred stock - which entitles the investor to a preferential payment upon liquidation, as well as a share of the remaining…

New Year, New Guidance: Clear Masks, Department of Labor’s COVID Advisory, and Cal/OSHA Reminder

February 1 2021 On Friday, January 29, the Department of Labor issued workplace guidance regarding precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The guidance makes…

Privacy.Minded. - Dismissal Of Marriott Data Breach Lawsuit Shows How Plaintiffs Still Face Standing Hurdles In The Post-CCPA Era

January 26 2021 After the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) took effect on January 1, 2020, a surge of class action lawsuits predicated on alleged CCPA…

Cal/OSHA Clarifies Emergency Temporary Standards; Update On LA County’s Required Quarantine For Travelers

January 12 2021 On Friday, January 8th, Cal/OSHA published an updated FAQ providing further clarification on its Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS). Cal/OSHA added…

Moving Into The New Year What To Do When The FFCRA Ends Update On Cal/OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standards LA And SF Counties Imposes Quarantine Requirement

December 31 2020 The emergency paid sick leave and FMLA leave provided under Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) are set to expire on December 31, 2020 as…

EEOC Vaccine Guidance, Cal/OSHA To Clarify Emergency Temporary Standards, and Expiration of Emergency Paid Sick Leave

December 23 2020 On December 16th, the EEOC updated its Technical Assistance Questions and Answers to include guidance on requiring COVID-19 vaccination for employees…