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California’s Gig Worker Law Struck Down as Unconstitutional

September 8, 2021 by

California workers have scored a major victory in the fight against the erosion of labor protections in the gig economy. Last November, California voters approved Proposition 22 with 59% of the vote after a $225… Read More

2021 LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY, EMPLOYMENT LAW PART 3

February 26, 2021 by , , , , , , , and

Independent Contractor Status Proposition 22, App-Based Transportation and Delivery Companies Exempt from Providing Employee Benefits to Certain Drivers – California voters approved Prop. 22, which now allows application-based transportation and delivery companies that provide ride-share… Read More

2021 LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY, EMPLOYMENT LAW PART 2

February 19, 2021 by , , , , , , , and

Protected Leave SB 1383, Expansion of Family Rights Act – This bill dramatically expands the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) to apply to most employers and cover additional reasons for leave. Under existing law, CFRA… Read More

2021 LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY, EMPLOYMENT LAW PART 1

February 12, 2021 by , , , , , , , and

We are presenting our annual Legislative Summary of Employment Law in three parts this year. Part 1, below, addresses COVID-19 development; Part 2 will address protected-leave developments; and Part 3 will address independent contractor and… Read More

Losing the Battle but Winning the War to Protect Public Pensions

September 23, 2020 by

The California Supreme Court recently issued a long-awaited decision with far-reaching impact in Alameda County Deputy Sheriff’s Association et al., v. Alameda County Employees’ Retirement Association et al. The key issue in this case was… Read More

2020 Legislative Summary Employment Law, Part VI

January 21, 2020 by , , , , , and

This is the final post of our six-part series summarizing significant legislative changes in labor and employment law for 2020. PUBLIC SECTOR LABOR & EMPLOYMENT AB 378 – Family childcare providers: Bargaining representative This bill… Read More

2020 Legislative Summary Employment Law, Part V

January 16, 2020 by , , , , , and

This post is the fifth part of our six-part series summarizing significant legislative changes in labor and employment law for 2020. Today we are addressing developments in anti-discrimination/harassment law. Our final post will address public… Read More

2020 Legislative Summary Employment Law, Part IV

January 14, 2020 by , , , , , and

This post is the fourth part of our six-part series summarizing significant legislative changes in labor and employment law for 2020. Today we are addressing developments in health and safety law. Our coming posts will… Read More

2020 Legislative Summary Employment Law, Part III

January 9, 2020 by , , , , , and

This post is the third part of our six-part series summarizing significant legislative changes in labor and employment law for 2020. Today we are addressing developments in family leave and accommodation law. Our coming posts… Read More

2020 Legislative Summary Employment Law, Part II

January 7, 2020 by , , , , , and

This post is the second part of our six-part series summarizing significant legislative changes in labor and employment law for 2020. Today we are addressing developments in wage and hour law. Our coming posts will… Read More