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New California Law Protects Workers from Indoor Heat Exposure

October 20 2016 Governor Brown recently signed SB 1167, which goes into effect on January 1, 2017. The new law directs Cal/OSHA to draft and propose heat illness and…

What You Need to Know About the AB 5 “Business-to-Business” Exemption

October 24 2019 California Assembly Bill 5 (“AB 5”), which codified significant changes to the test for independent contractor status, has caused substantial…

California Landlord-Tenant Law is Crawling with New Statutes About Bed Bugs

March 1 2017 Although bed bugs are small and do not transmit diseases, they can cause giant problems. Their bites can cause severe allergic reactions and secondary…

Are you Properly Classifying your Caddie? Avoid Pitfalls in Caddie Misclassification

January 12 2018 A common and reoccurring problem that private clubs encounter is the proper classification of caddies and other club workers. Clubs often classify…

Live Streaming - Legal Issues for the School or Community College

June 6 2018 How could thy notes flow in such a crystal stream? — Percy Bysshe Shelley Streaming school or college events live over the Internet allows anyone in…

November 2022 General Obligation Bond Election Date Approaching

May 16 2022 For public school districts and community college districts general obligation bonds provide a potential funding source for new facilities, classroom…

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

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…

AALRR Scores Major Win for AGC-San Diego in Arbitration Against the Operating Engineers

April 27 2022 The Ruling Settles a Long-Standing Debate About When a Freeway Contractor Can Skip Sunday Double Time Due to Governmental Requirements The Firm is…

Times Are a Changin . . The Law on ESY Too?

April 21 2022 The State Board of Education (SBE) issued a notice of proposed rulemaking on April 15, 2022. At issue are potential amendments to Title 5, California…

Executive Order N-7-22 Increases Drought Response as Rainy Season Comes to an End

April 15 2022 Building on last years’ Executive Orders intended to combat the current drought, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Executive Order N-7-22 (“Order”) into…