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Significant Cases and Laws for California Employers in 2014

December 20, 2013

As in years past, 2013 saw the passage of several laws which present new legal obligations for California employers. The California legislature enacted several bills spanning a variety of topics that will impact California employers, from increasing the minimum wage, to expanding leave protections for employees, to adding protected categories to the Fair Employment and Housing Act.

On the federal labor side, the National Labor Relations Board finally has a full roster, bringing some stability to subsequent decisions. However, the status of the Board’s decisions from January 2012 to July 2013 continues to be in question. Moreover, given that Democrats still occupy a majority on the Board, we predict little relief for employers in the form of more favorable Board rulings.

This newsletter briefly reports several of these developments. Many of these cases and laws – as well as other significant developments – will be analyzed in greater detail during the firm’s 2014 Labor & Employment Seminar.

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