With climate change policy at the center of the Biden-Harris agenda, what impacts and opportunities will we see during the next four years, nationally and in California?
The ballots have been counted and are now final. In just a matter of weeks, on January 20, 2021, the new Biden-Harris administration will take office.
The highly anticipated 2020 election is answering many long-standing questions about the direction of our country while leaving others still unanswered.
As the 2020 election quickly approaches, Californians soon will be casting their votes—by mail or in person at the polls—both in the upcoming presidential election and on a wide variety of important ballot propositions for the state.
As COVID-19 and its accompanying economic downturn continue to test businesses in new and challenging ways, companies are juggling the day-to-day navigation through the crisis, while also planning ahead to manage risk and ultimately thrive in the “new normal”.
As the novel coronavirus continues to threaten business as usual, companies are looking at their crisis response plans to triage disruption and ensure resiliency.
Like the rest of the business community, emerging startup companies are being presented with new and unexpected challenges brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
New laws in Europe and California are forcing tech companies to reassess their content or risk big fines. Now, the industry anticipates that more states will enact increasingly tough restrictions. Will there be a shift to more federal legislation that would pre-empt state laws?
The November election is over. But the outcome will resonate far beyond 2018.
The results of the upcoming national midterm elections will resonate far beyond 2018.