Stronger Family Leave Protections Coming to California Employees
Governor Newsom signs law giving men and women equal family leave protections, even with smaller companies. Under current state law, women were provided 12-weeks of job protections
California Supreme Court Expedites Hearing On Orange County’s Distant Learning Lawsuit
The California Supreme Court has ordered Governor Newsom to file a response petition to the Orange County’s Board of Education petition to re-open schools for in-person learning.
Assembly Bill 3088: Tenants May Get Temporary Relief while property owners are left in the cold.
Following up on my prior post concerning Assembly Bill 1436, California has rolled back some of the provisions in the newly announced Assembly Bill 3088, known officially as the CO
All eyes on Florida: The Helplessness of CA Bar Examinees
As thousands of recent graduates and repeat bar takers study for the California Bar Exam, the licensing exam required before a law graduate can be admitted to practice law, the str
The Clash: DoorDash and California’s AB5
After ride-hailing companies, Uber and Lyft, were bound by preliminary injunctions to reclassify contractors as employees, the San Francisco district attorney requested for DoorDas
Employment Law Issues Take Flight In California Supreme Court
In late June, the California Supreme Court clarified California wage and hour issues related to the application of wage and hour laws for flight attendants working primarily outsid