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Bringing Home The Updated Bacon: The DOL Revises the Davis Bacon Act, Updating Federal Prevailing Wage Requirements
The DOL’s proposed updates to the Davis Bacon Act reinstate a step in the 'prevailing wage' calculation, and also expand the 'site of the work' definition.
April Navarro and Rachel Vinson of Hanson Bridgett discuss the longstanding underrepresentation of women in the legal profession.
The basic principle behind these rules is that WGA Members may not meet or negotiate with a struck company; or provide writing services for, or sell or option literary material to, a struck company.
May 22, 2023 (Los Angeles, CA) - Hanson Bridgett LLP is pleased to announce that Sonia Salinas has joined the firm's Los Angeles office as a partner in the Labor & Employment Practice.
EDD Provides California Employers Payroll Tax Relief in the Aftermath of the Silicon Valley Bank Collapse
The implementation of Senate Bill 2 continues to significantly expand the oversight of the law enforcement profession in California.
The Ninth Circuit Hands Business Groups A Win By Striking Down AB 51, Which Punished Employers For Mandating Arbitration of Certain Employment Claims
Ninth Circuit strikes down AB 51 – California’s legislative attempt at punishing employers who mandate that its employees and any applicants for employment agree to arbitrate certain employment related claims.
California’s new law will prevent employers from punishing employees or refusing to hire applicants based on off-duty cannabis use, or for failing a drug test that detected non-psychoactive metabolites in their system
On-Demand video from the 2022 Mid-Year Labor & Employment Seminar