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Employers in the state of California must remain keenly aware of the state's ever-changing employment laws. Follow Boutin Jones' Employment Notebook Blog to stay informed.

New Labor & Employment Laws for California Employers in 2023

As we ring in the New Year in 2023, a number of new labor & employment laws…

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Dark Patterns: Will Your Website Be CPRA Compliant?

In May, the California Privacy Protection Agency released draft regulations scheduled to take effect on next January….

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Viking River Cruises v. Moriana: California’s Ban on Waiving Individual PAGA Claims in Arbitration Agreements Sails Off Into the Sunset

By Jim McNairy and Kendall C. Fisher-Wu On June 15, 2022, the United States Supreme Court issued…

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California Supreme Court Holds Wage Statement and Final Pay Laws Apply to Meal and Rest Period Premium Pay

California law requires employers to provide meal and rest periods to most non-exempt employees.  Pursuant to Labor…

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Legal Alert: Cal/OSHA Revises COVID-19 ETS Regulations for a Third and Final Time

The Cal/OSHA Board recently approved a third revision to the COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (“Updated COVID-19 ETS”)…

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Race to Justice: Labor Code Section 925 Allows Suits in Multiple Venues

A recent change in California law aimed at helping employees litigate their claims in this state was…

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New California Law Restricts Use of Confidentiality Clauses and Requires New Notice Requirements for Employment Settlement Agreements

California employers now need to carefully review the use of confidentiality clauses and how they provide employment…

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Last Call: The Final CalSavers Program Employer Registration Deadline is in 2022!

As we noted in April 2021, California law requires most private-sector businesses to register with the CalSavers…

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No Break for California Employers: California Supreme Court Deals Blow to Employers on Meal and Rest Break Premiums

On July 15, 2021, the California Supreme Court ruled in Ferra v. Loews Hollywood Hotel, LLC that…

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