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AB 1701 Has Passed - Developers and General Contractors Are Now Required to Double Pay for Labor Due to Their Subcontractors’ Failure to Pay

October 4 2017 On September 13, 2017, the California State Legislators passed a bill that would make developers and general contractors responsible for…

Failure to File a Statement of Information May Be More Harmful Than You Think

July 5 2016 Recently, I received a call from the owners of one of my clients who explained the shocking news that they had apparently lost the right to their…

Easement, license or both?

June 10 2015 The terms easements and licenses are sometimes used interchangeably by laypersons and lawyers alike. Easements and licenses, however, represent very…

Data Scraping: Theft or Fair Game?

December 3 2018 In the modern information age, data has become one of society's most valuable commodities. More and more information is being put out into the world…

Understanding California’s Data Breach Notification Law: Protecting your Company & Customers

August 11 2017 The California Attorney General's 2016 Data Breach Report found 3 out of 5 Californians were victims of data breaches and that data breach victims…

The California Privacy Rights Act passed - Now What?

November 4 2020 The ballot initiative, Proposition 24, has been passed by voters in yesterday’s election. What does this proposition entail and how does it impact…

The Pandemic, Proposed Federal Privacy Regulation and the CCPA

October 29 2020 The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation met recently to discuss considerations for implementing federal privacy laws. Not…

California Attorney General Further Modifies the CCPA and California Privacy Rights Act Appears Likely to Pass this November

October 27 2020 Privacy regulation is here to stay in California and likely to only become more difficult for businesses in California. Despite the CCPA’s reputation…

Your Out of State Website May Now Be Subject to California Accessibility Requirements

October 2 2020 California's laws regarding website accessibility pose numerous potential risks for companies, with penalties per violation of up to $7,500 under the…

COVID-19 Notice and Reporting Requirements Expand for California Employers

September 22 2020 On September 17, 2020, Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill (“AB”) 685, which expands Cal/OSHA’s enforcement authority and creates new requirements…