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“You’re gonna need a bigger boat”: COVID-19 reopening protocols require Hollywood to adopt significant changes to production

Hollywood got the greenlight to resume film and television productions from Los Angeles County Public Health officials last week. But art – like life – in a COVID-19 world could ...

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Los Angeles adopts ordinances giving certain laid off workers "Right to Recall" and right to be retained during a change of control

The Los Angeles City Council adopted two ordinances on April 29 that will significantly limit changes that operators of hotels, entertainment and sports venues, and some commercial...

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California grants additional paid sick leave rights to food sector workers

California food sector workers now have the right to additional paid sick leave, even if they work for large employers exempted from the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act...

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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act: Significant Provisions for Employers Employment

On March 27, 2020, the president signed into law a massive $2 trillion stimulus bill addressing a wide range of challenges to our economy caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The...

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United States coronavirus (COVID-19) update on conducting medical examinations (including temperature checks) of employees in Santa Clara County and three Seattle-area counties

On March 11, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) (along with the White House Coronavirus Task Force) issued guidance for the next thirty (30) days for...

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Coronavirus in California state confirms paid leave benefits and protections available to employees

With the number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) rising in California, the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) and the Employment Development Department (EDD)...

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Where to Draw the Line for Standing in Line Security Magazine

Customer-facing businesses often have a host of reasons for wanting employees to undergo security screenings or bag checks at the start or end of their shifts. For retailers, it is about...

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Out of the Frying Pan: California's New Contractor Law Answers Some Questions, Creates Many More All in a Day's Work: The Employer's Legal Guide

On September 18, 2019, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law a bill that attempts to settle some of the ambiguity that remained surrounding the California Supreme Court’s...

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You've Been Served! A Guide for What to Do When the Government Comes Knocking Litigation, Volume 44, Number 4, American Bar Association

The day starts ordinarily enough. Coffee, email, a quick call, more (oh so much more) email. But then the receptionist calls you (let's say you are in-house counsel), or the company's chief ...

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