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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
The U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Viking River Cruises, Inc. v. Moriana
California Department of Public Health (CDPH) issues new guidance on the state's masking requirements to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Employees again are entitled to up to 80 hours of employer-paid sick leave for COVID-related absences through September 30, 2022
The 'Pokemon' Case – Court Upholds Termination Based on Unintentional In-Car Dash Cam Recording of Peace Officers Hunting a Snorlax
Police officers who missed a radio call while playing an augmented-reality mobile game based their appeal on eavesdropping claim
California employers will once again be required to provide supplemental paid sick leave to employees for COVID-19-related absences
New CDPH Recommendations and Revisions to Cal/OSHA's COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards in Effect on January 14
On December 16, 2021, the Cal/OSHA Standards Board readopted the Emergency Temporary Standards, but included several revisions which will go into effect on January 14, 2022
California's Governor signed laws impacting law enforcement agencies, their operations, and the review of conduct of peace officers.
U.S. Supreme Court Permits Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Program To Proceed Without Religious Exemption, But EEOC Continues the Exemption In Latest Guidance
The U.S. Supreme Court permits mandatory COVID-19 vaccination program to proceed without religious exemption, but the EEOC continues the exemption in its latest guidance