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The ordinance requires San Francisco employers with more than 100 employees worldwide to provide paid leave to employees for “public health
Under the California Labor Code, employers must pay non-exempt employees a premium payment of one hour of pay for non-compliant meal periods or rest breaks...
On June 15, 2022, the Supreme Court issued its decision in Viking River Cruises, Inc. v. Moriana.
On April 21, 2022, Cal/OSHA’s Standards Board voted to approve the Third Readoption of the Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”).
Since the onset of the 2017 #MeToo movement, lawmakers have worked to implement legal reform related sexual assault and sexual harassment in the workplace.
The AIA, SF Chapter, has bestowed a Presidential Commendation to Long & Levit Partner, Jennifer Suzuki.
OSHA published its Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) regarding COVID-19 vaccination and testing on November 5, 2021.
The Biden Administration has announced a mandate for private employers with more than 100 employees to require employees to be vaccinated or tested for COVID-19 on a weekly basis.
In the past few weeks, employers have been faced with an onslaught of confusing and often conflicting guidance regarding workplace COVID-19 restrictions.
As California employers prepare to reoccupy the workplace, the rules about basics like masking and social distancing can seem confusingly in flux
Effective March 29, 2021, Senate Bill 95 mandates that California employers with more than 25 employees provide up to 80 hours of supplemental paid sick leave for certain COVID-related absences in addition to paid time off...
The California Supreme Court allows an insurer to sue Cumis counsel to recover allegedly unreasonable and unnecessary defense fees and costs.