As the number of discussions on returning to the office in a post-pandemic world increases, so does the number of questions about vaccine expectations.
From court closures to virtual depositions, the practice of litigation was upended in 2020 by the COVID-19 pandemic.
This election year, California employers are faced with challenges in implementing a slew of new regulations while managing the impacts of the 2020 state and federal election results.
As the science on COVID-19 evolves and outbreaks continue throughout the country, businesses are considering implementing or modifying testing programs designed to keep their employees and customers safe.
Originally hailed as a bipartisan effort to save the jobs of small-business workers, the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) has become a moving political target with constantly changing regulatory guidance.
As states evaluate options for reopening their economies and lifting some of the current stay-at-home restrictions, companies need to start proactively preparing their return-to-work plans.
California employers must immediately update training and other employment law policies in light of the slew of new legislation going into effect in January 2020.
In September, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law sweeping legislation that changes the landscape for workers in the state by potentially reclassifying hundreds of thousands of independent contractors as employees.
California employers must immediately update training and other employment law policies in light of new legislation going into effect in January 2019. In a new Manatt webinar, attorneys from our employment and labor practice will touch on recent developments in California employment law impacting ...