Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP

Recent Changes to the Tax Matters Partner Designation May Prove Costly to the Unwary

One choice all joint venture devotees face in negotiating each new venture is who to designate as the tax matters partner. Recent changes to the law make this decision much more important and may prove costly to those who are…more

Audits, Bipartisan Budget, IRS, Joint Venture, Partnership Agreements

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Immediate Action Required: California Employers Must Update Harassment and Discrimination Policies

Effective April 1, 2016, new California regulations require employers to develop a written, detailed harassment and discrimination prevention and correction policy. For some time, the California Fair Employment and Housing Act…more

Anti-Discrimination Policies, Anti-Harassment Policies, DFEH, FEHA, New Regulations

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An Appeal of a Bankruptcy Sale Order May Be Moot Regardless of Whether the Seller Actually Had the Authority to Sell the Assets

A pair of recent decisions by the Ninth Circuit in In re Mortgages Ltd. underscore the power of the equitable mootness doctrine and the importance of obtaining stays of bankruptcy court orders to avoid having appeals of the…more

Chapter 11, Commercial Bankruptcy, Equitable Mootness, Investors, Mortgages

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Net Neutrality Applies to Cell Networks

In February, the FCC enacted new rules governing network neutrality that could have a profound influence on the telecommunications industry. The FCC’s new rules will extend its current purview and will encompass cell networks in…more

Broadband, FCC, Net Neutrality, New Regulations, Telecommunications

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2016 Labor & Employment Law Update for California Employers

This past year, the California Legislature enacted a number of new laws that either took effect immediately or will become effective in 2016. Among the most significant are the following: AB 1506: Employers Given Time to…more

Anti-Retaliation Provisions, E-Verify, Fair Pay Act, FEHA, Labor Commissioners

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Is Rescission Ever Legal?

Yesterday’s post concerned when a corporation’s rescission of the issuance of shares does not constitute a “distribution to its shareholders” as defined in Section 166 of the California Corporations Code. I noted that one of…more

Corporations Code, Equitable Relief, Rescission, Shareholder Distributions

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AB 2222 Restricts Use of State Density Bonus Law

On September 27, 2014, Governor Brown signed AB 2222, which amended sections of the State Density Bonus Law (Gov. Code §§ 65915, 65915.5 ["DBL"]). The main purpose of the bill is to require developers to replace all of a…more

Affordable Housing, Bonuses, Construction Industry, Incentives, Multi-Family Development

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Important Wetlands Permitting News: U.S. Supreme Court Allows Pre-Permit Challenges to Approved Jurisdictional Determinations

In a major new legal development for the Clean Water Act's Section 404 wetlands permitting program, landowners can now challenge the federal government's claim that areas targeted for fill are "waters of the United States"…more

Administrative Appeals, Administrative Procedure Act, Clean Water Act, EPA, Final Judgment

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Two Recent Decisions Potentially Expand Fraudulent Transfer Exposure in Ponzi Schemes

Two recent decisions from the Fifth Circuit and Eighth Circuit could expand the fraudulent transfer exposure of unknowing third parties that provide goods, services, or funding to companies operating Ponzi schemes. Janvey…more

Commercial Bankruptcy, Creditors, Debtors, Enforcement Actions, Fraudulent Transfers

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Court Upholds Validity of Landmark Water Transfer Agreement Providing Greater Certainty to California's Water Supply

On June 4, 2013, the Sacramento County Superior Court issued its much-anticipated ruling in the QSA Coordinated Civil Cases, upholding the validity of the historic Quantification Settlement Agreement and related agreements (the…more

CEQA, Water, Water Rights

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Sustainable Development Update - July 2016 #3

Sustainable Development Focus - Net-zero energy Brock Environmental Center in Virginia turns rainwater into drinking water - Inhabitat - Jul 14 - A new building in Virginia Beach is raising the bar for sustainable…more

Drinking Water, Energy Efficiency, Green Buildings, Marine Corps, Microgrids

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Will Your Indemnity Clauses be Unenforceable on January 1, 2013?

Amendments to California’s construction indemnity statutes will go into effect on January 1, 2013. Your commercial construction contracts may need to be modified or other strategies may need to be implemented or your indemnity…more

Contractors, Indemnity Agreements, Subcontractors

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California Environmental Law & Policy Update - July 2016 #4

Environmental and Policy Focus - Metropolitan Water District completes $175-million purchase of Delta islands - Los Angeles Times - Jul 18 - Metropolitan Water District (MWD) this Monday completed the $175-million…more

Air Quality Standards, Appeals, CEQA, Clean Air Act, Fracking Bans

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The DIR Calls Timeout On Its New Electronic Certified Payroll Reporting Requirements

The California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) recently issued a follow-up notice to public works contractors and agencies to clarify the DIR's current enforcement of its Electronic Certified Payroll (eCPR)…more

Contractors, Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Commissioners, Payroll Records, Public Works

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California Environmental Law & Policy Update - July 2016 #4

Environmental and Policy Focus - Metropolitan Water District completes $175-million purchase of Delta islands - Los Angeles Times - Jul 18 - Metropolitan Water District (MWD) this Monday completed the $175-million…more

Air Quality Standards, Appeals, CEQA, Clean Air Act, Fracking Bans

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Renewable Energy Update - July 2016 #2

Renewable Energy Focus - California’s biggest utilities break own record for solar power Sacramento Bee - Jul 15 - California’s booming solar industry had a record day last week when the state’s largest utilities…more

Ballot Measures, California Energy Commission, Clean Energy, Net Metering, Renewable Energy

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Commercial Landlords in San Francisco Beware

Chapter 38 of the San Francisco Administrative Code imposes new requirements on commercial leasing activities (both new leases and amendments of existing leases) in San Francisco where the leased premises contain 7,500 square…more

Accessibility Rules, ADA, Commercial Leases, Landlords, Notice Requirements

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Renewable Energy Update - July 2016 #2

Renewable Energy Focus - California’s biggest utilities break own record for solar power Sacramento Bee - Jul 15 - California’s booming solar industry had a record day last week when the state’s largest utilities…more

Ballot Measures, California Energy Commission, Clean Energy, Net Metering, Renewable Energy

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Two Recent Decisions Potentially Expand Fraudulent Transfer Exposure in Ponzi Schemes

Two recent decisions from the Fifth Circuit and Eighth Circuit could expand the fraudulent transfer exposure of unknowing third parties that provide goods, services, or funding to companies operating Ponzi schemes. Janvey…more

Commercial Bankruptcy, Creditors, Debtors, Enforcement Actions, Fraudulent Transfers

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2016 Labor & Employment Law Update for California Employers

This past year, the California Legislature enacted a number of new laws that either took effect immediately or will become effective in 2016. Among the most significant are the following: AB 1506: Employers Given Time to…more

Anti-Retaliation Provisions, E-Verify, Fair Pay Act, FEHA, Labor Commissioners

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New Legislation (AB 802) To Replace Existing Energy Use Disclosure Law (AB 1103)

On Thursday, October 8, 2015, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 802 (AB 802). AB 802 creates a new energy use disclosure program for the State of California, and replaces the existing law, Assembly Bill 1103 (AB…more

Benchmarking, California Energy Commission, Commercial Buildings, Energy Consumption, Energy Use Disclosure Requirements

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Commercial Landlords in San Francisco Beware

Chapter 38 of the San Francisco Administrative Code imposes new requirements on commercial leasing activities (both new leases and amendments of existing leases) in San Francisco where the leased premises contain 7,500 square…more

Accessibility Rules, ADA, Commercial Leases, Landlords, Notice Requirements

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Court of Appeal Clarifies the FEHA Requires Reasonable Accommodations to Employees Who Are Associated With a Person with a Disability

In the recent Castro-Ramirez v. Dependable Highway Express, Inc. decision, the court held that under the California's Fair Employment and Housing Act ("FEHA"), employers are required to provide reasonable accommodations for…more

Disability Discrimination, Employer Liability Issues, FEHA, Hiring & Firing, Reasonable Accommodation

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Supreme Court Reaffirms a Chapter 7 Debtor's Inability to Strip a Lien Against Real Property

Reaffirming its 1992 decision in Dewsnup v. Timm, on June 1, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court in Bank of America v. Caulkett, No. 13-1421, once again ruled that a chapter 7 debtor may not void a junior lien under Bankruptcy Code…more

Bank of America v. Caulkett, Chapter 11, Chapter 7, Consumer Bankruptcy, Dewsnup

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OPR Releases Preliminary Discussion Draft of CEQA Guidelines Amendments for Public Comments

On August 11, 2015, the Governor's Office of Planning and Research (OPR) released a Preliminary Discussion Draft of Changes to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines (Preliminary Discussion Draft). The OPR…more

CEQA, CEQA Reform, Comment Period, Energy Policy, Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

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State Agencies Cannot Declare Mitigation of Project Impacts Infeasible Based Solely on the Lack of Legislative Appropriations

A public agency may not rely solely on a request to the Legislature to appropriate funding to mitigate a project's adverse environmental impacts and conclude that mitigation is infeasible because the funding cannot be…more

Appropriation, CEQA, Environmental Impact Report (EIR), Mitigation, San Diego

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Net Neutrality Applies to Cell Networks

In February, the FCC enacted new rules governing network neutrality that could have a profound influence on the telecommunications industry. The FCC’s new rules will extend its current purview and will encompass cell networks in…more

Broadband, FCC, Net Neutrality, New Regulations, Telecommunications

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Good News for Taxpayers: California 1031 Exchange Decision

The California State Board of Equalization (Board) recently issued a favorable decision in an important Section 1031 exchange case. As an elected body of five members, the Board hears appeals in California tax cases where the…more

Franchise Tax Board, Section 1031 Exchange, State Tax Equalization Boards, Tax Appeals, Tenancy-in-Common

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Newly Amended Dual Agency Disclosure Law: Much Ado About Nothing

As of January 1, 2015, the duty of a real estate agent to disclose in writing his or her representation of a buyer, seller, tenant and/or landlord, including any dual agency relationship, in residential real property…more

Buyers, Disclosure Requirements, Dual Agency Disclosure, Landlords, Real Estate Agents

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McMillin Albany, LLC v. Superior Court Rejects Reasoning and Outcome of Liberty Mutual on SB800

In McMillin Albany, LLC v. Superior Court (available here), the Fifth Appellate District of the California Court of Appeal held that SB800 (Civil Code sections 895 through 945.5, the “Right to Repair Act”) is the only remedy…more

Construction Defects, Construction Industry, Exclusive Remedy, Right to Repair, Statute of Limitations

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Mutual Water Companies: A Water Supply Option for Multifamily and Residential Developments

With the ongoing drought in California, multifamily and residential subdivision developers who encounter difficulties in obtaining water service commitments for their projects from existing water suppliers may consider…more

Construction Industry, Subdivision, Water, Water Supplies

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Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel Holds that an Oversecured Creditor Is Entitled to Default Interest After the Petition Date and Before Plan Confirmation

In Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. v. Beltway One Dev. Grp., LLC (In re Beltway One Dev. Grp., LLC), 547 B.R. 819 (B.A.P. 9th Cir. 2016), the Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel recently held that an oversecured creditor is entitled…more

Appeals, Bankruptcy Court, Commercial Bankruptcy, Debtors, Default

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McMillin Albany, LLC v. Superior Court Rejects Reasoning and Outcome of Liberty Mutual on SB800

In McMillin Albany, LLC v. Superior Court (available here), the Fifth Appellate District of the California Court of Appeal held that SB800 (Civil Code sections 895 through 945.5, the “Right to Repair Act”) is the only remedy…more

Construction Defects, Construction Industry, Exclusive Remedy, Right to Repair, Statute of Limitations

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Army Corps Jurisdictional Determinations Subject to Pre-Permit Judicial Review, Eighth Circuit Says

EPA and Army Corps of Engineers imposition of federal Clean Water Act requirements can now be challenged in court without waiting for the agencies to bring an enforcement action, at least in the Eighth Circuit. On April 10, in a…more

Clean Water Act, Enforcement Actions, EPA, Final Action, Judicial Review

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Prevailing Wages: Beware of Fee Waivers Even When They are Not Waived

In a surprising determination by the Department of Industrial Relations ("DIR"), a development was found to be a "public work" under Labor Code Section 1771 when a developer, in compliance with a fee ordinance, constructed…more

Construction Contracts, Land Developers, Public Works, Waivers

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2014 Update for California Employers

While 2013 was marked by some novel and interesting judicial and administrative decisions, including Quicken Loans (in which the National Labor Relations Board invalidated certain common employee handbook policies), Vance v…more

Compliance, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Exempt-Employees, Income Taxes

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Los Angeles Employers Must Pay Higher Minimum Wages And Provide Expanded Paid Sick Leave

Los Angeles Employers Must Pay Higher Minimum Wages And Provide Expanded Paid Sick Leave - On July 1, 2016, employers who have more than 25 employees performing some work in the City of Los Angeles (the "City") will need to…more

Local Ordinance, Minimum Wage, Paid Leave, Sick Leave, Wage and Hour

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8 Things Employers Need to Know About San Francisco’s New Fully Paid Parental Leave Ordinance

On April 21, 2016, Mayor Ed Lee signed The Paid Parental Leave for Bonding with New Child Ordinance making San Francisco the first U.S. city mandating employees are provided with six weeks of fully paid parental leave for the…more

Local Ordinance, Paid Family Leave Law, Paid Leave, Parental Leave, Popular

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Net Neutrality Applies to Cell Networks

In February, the FCC enacted new rules governing network neutrality that could have a profound influence on the telecommunications industry. The FCC’s new rules will extend its current purview and will encompass cell networks in…more

Broadband, FCC, Net Neutrality, New Regulations, Telecommunications

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Court Decision Confirms Shopping Center's Right To Limit Expressive Activity to Designated Areas

The California Court of Appeal recently affirmed a retail owner's right to limit expressive activity to areas designated in a written policy. The decision highlights the value of time, place, and manner policies to commercial…more

Appeals, Commercial Property Owners, Private Property, Retailers, Shopping Centers

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Commercial Landlords in San Francisco Beware

Chapter 38 of the San Francisco Administrative Code imposes new requirements on commercial leasing activities (both new leases and amendments of existing leases) in San Francisco where the leased premises contain 7,500 square…more

Accessibility Rules, ADA, Commercial Leases, Landlords, Notice Requirements

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Court Decision Confirms Shopping Center's Right To Limit Expressive Activity to Designated Areas

The California Court of Appeal recently affirmed a retail owner's right to limit expressive activity to areas designated in a written policy. The decision highlights the value of time, place, and manner policies to commercial…more

Appeals, Commercial Property Owners, Private Property, Retailers, Shopping Centers

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California Supreme Court Rejects Mandatory "Reverse CEQA" Analysis

The California Supreme Court issued its long awaited opinion on December 17, 2015, in California Building Industry Association v. Bay Area Air Quality Management District (CBIA v. BAAQMD), commonly referred to as the "Reverse…more

Bay Area Air Quality Management District, CA Supreme Court, California Building Industry Association (CBIA), CEQA, Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

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Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel Holds that an Oversecured Creditor Is Entitled to Default Interest After the Petition Date and Before Plan Confirmation

In Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. v. Beltway One Dev. Grp., LLC (In re Beltway One Dev. Grp., LLC), 547 B.R. 819 (B.A.P. 9th Cir. 2016), the Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel recently held that an oversecured creditor is entitled…more

Appeals, Bankruptcy Court, Commercial Bankruptcy, Debtors, Default

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2015 Labor & Employment Law Update for California Employers

The California Legislature enacted a number of new bills that become effective in 2015. Among the most significant are the following..…more

Arbitration, Child Labor, Civil Monetary Penalty, Discrimination, Employment Contract

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Commercial Landlords in San Francisco Beware

Chapter 38 of the San Francisco Administrative Code imposes new requirements on commercial leasing activities (both new leases and amendments of existing leases) in San Francisco where the leased premises contain 7,500 square…more

Accessibility Rules, ADA, Commercial Leases, Landlords, Notice Requirements

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Renewable Energy Update - July 2016 #2

Renewable Energy Focus - California’s biggest utilities break own record for solar power Sacramento Bee - Jul 15 - California’s booming solar industry had a record day last week when the state’s largest utilities…more

Ballot Measures, California Energy Commission, Clean Energy, Net Metering, Renewable Energy

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New PAGA Amendments Intended To Help California Employers

With the stated purpose of reducing “unnecessary litigation” and lowering the cost for employers doing business in California, Governor Jerry Brown, on June 27, 2016, signed into law amendments to California's Private Attorneys…more

Amended Legislation, Court Approval, Filing Fees, Governor Brown, Labor & Workforce Development Agency (LWDA)

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California Environmental Law & Policy Update - July 2016 #4

Environmental and Policy Focus - Metropolitan Water District completes $175-million purchase of Delta islands - Los Angeles Times - Jul 18 - Metropolitan Water District (MWD) this Monday completed the $175-million…more

Air Quality Standards, Appeals, CEQA, Clean Air Act, Fracking Bans

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Sustainable Development Update - July 2016 #3

Sustainable Development Focus - Net-zero energy Brock Environmental Center in Virginia turns rainwater into drinking water - Inhabitat - Jul 14 - A new building in Virginia Beach is raising the bar for sustainable…more

Drinking Water, Energy Efficiency, Green Buildings, Marine Corps, Microgrids

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SEC Proposes Regulations Related to Crowdfunding (Part 1)

The Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") proposed for comment new regulations on Crowdfunding. Crowdfunding is the general term used to describe a new way of raising capital using the Internet. A crowdfunding…more

Accredited Investors, Advertising, Crowdfunding, Disclosure Requirements, Intermediaries

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Action Required by California Commercial Landlords: New California Law Goes Into Effect July 1, 2013, Requiring Accessibility Disclosures in Commercial Leases

On July, 1, 2013, Civil Code Section 1938 goes into effect and requires commercial leases executed on and after such date to disclose whether the premises being leased have been inspected by a Certified Access Specialist, and if…more

Accessibility Rules, Certified Access Specialists, Commercial Leases, Commercial Property Owners, Disclosure Requirements

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California Supreme Court Rejects Mandatory "Reverse CEQA" Analysis

The California Supreme Court issued its long awaited opinion on December 17, 2015, in California Building Industry Association v. Bay Area Air Quality Management District (CBIA v. BAAQMD), commonly referred to as the "Reverse…more

Bay Area Air Quality Management District, CA Supreme Court, California Building Industry Association (CBIA), CEQA, Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

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2016 Labor & Employment Law Update for California Employers

This past year, the California Legislature enacted a number of new laws that either took effect immediately or will become effective in 2016. Among the most significant are the following: AB 1506: Employers Given Time to…more

Anti-Retaliation Provisions, E-Verify, Fair Pay Act, FEHA, Labor Commissioners

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2016 Labor & Employment Law Update for California Employers

This past year, the California Legislature enacted a number of new laws that either took effect immediately or will become effective in 2016. Among the most significant are the following: AB 1506: Employers Given Time to…more

Anti-Retaliation Provisions, E-Verify, Fair Pay Act, FEHA, Labor Commissioners

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Financial Institutions May Post Online Privacy Disclosures

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ("CFPB") recently amended Regulation P, which requires – in connection with the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act – that financial institutions provide an annual disclosure of their privacy policies…more

Amended Regulation, Banks, CFPB, Financial Institutions, Gramm-Leach-Blilely Act

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2016 Labor & Employment Law Update for California Employers

This past year, the California Legislature enacted a number of new laws that either took effect immediately or will become effective in 2016. Among the most significant are the following: AB 1506: Employers Given Time to…more

Anti-Retaliation Provisions, E-Verify, Fair Pay Act, FEHA, Labor Commissioners

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Net Neutrality Applies to Cell Networks

In February, the FCC enacted new rules governing network neutrality that could have a profound influence on the telecommunications industry. The FCC’s new rules will extend its current purview and will encompass cell networks in…more

Broadband, FCC, Net Neutrality, New Regulations, Telecommunications

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2016 Labor & Employment Law Update for California Employers

This past year, the California Legislature enacted a number of new laws that either took effect immediately or will become effective in 2016. Among the most significant are the following: AB 1506: Employers Given Time to…more

Anti-Retaliation Provisions, E-Verify, Fair Pay Act, FEHA, Labor Commissioners

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2016 Labor & Employment Law Update for California Employers

This past year, the California Legislature enacted a number of new laws that either took effect immediately or will become effective in 2016. Among the most significant are the following: AB 1506: Employers Given Time to…more

Anti-Retaliation Provisions, E-Verify, Fair Pay Act, FEHA, Labor Commissioners

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New PAGA Amendments Intended To Help California Employers

With the stated purpose of reducing “unnecessary litigation” and lowering the cost for employers doing business in California, Governor Jerry Brown, on June 27, 2016, signed into law amendments to California's Private Attorneys…more

Amended Legislation, Court Approval, Filing Fees, Governor Brown, Labor & Workforce Development Agency (LWDA)

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Top Priorities for BigLaw in 2014? Here's the CMO Perspective...

What will be the top priority for law firms in 2014? The answer depends on whom you ask, of course – and, for our Firm Leadership series, we put the question to chief marketing officers at law firms publishing on JD Supra..…more

Big Law, Client Services, Firm Leadership, Legal Perspectives

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UPDATE: San Diego's Expansion of Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave

On July 11, 2016, the San Diego Earned Sick Leave and Minimum Wage Ordinance became effective. As of the effective date, employers are required to pay employees who work at least two hours in a calendar week within the…more

Local Ordinance, Minimum Wage, Paid Sick Leave Act, Sick Leave, Wage and Hour

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Immediate Action Required: California Employers Must Update Harassment and Discrimination Policies

Effective April 1, 2016, new California regulations require employers to develop a written, detailed harassment and discrimination prevention and correction policy. For some time, the California Fair Employment and Housing Act…more

Anti-Discrimination Policies, Anti-Harassment Policies, DFEH, FEHA, New Regulations

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2016 Labor & Employment Law Update for California Employers

This past year, the California Legislature enacted a number of new laws that either took effect immediately or will become effective in 2016. Among the most significant are the following: AB 1506: Employers Given Time to…more

Anti-Retaliation Provisions, E-Verify, Fair Pay Act, FEHA, Labor Commissioners

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