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Assembly Bill 5 Makes Political Campaigns in California More Expensive

AB 5 Makes Political Campaigns in California More Expensive Political campaigns, think twice before hiring independent contractors in California. The practice of designating staff as independent contractors who assist in common campaign activities such as voter outreach, volunteer recruitment, and …

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What to Do When Your Employer Gives You a Severance Agreement

Offered A Severance Package? Employees presented with severance agreements (sometimes called “separation agreements”) are often pressured by their employer to sign them, and to sign them quickly. Whether you keep getting that annoying DocuSign reminder from HR, or your boss …

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ADA Compliant Websites

Haven’t Updated Your Company’s Website for ADA Compliance? You May Want To.

If your company’s website has not been updated recently, then you may want to contact a web developer immediately. On October 7, 2019, the Supreme Court of the United States denied a petition from Domino’s Pizza to consider the 9th …

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Are Your Non Compete Agreements Valid in California?

California is notoriously hostile to agreements that are seen as having a “restraining effect” on an employee’s ability to practice her chosen profession. Based on that important public policy goal, which is memorialized in California Business and Professions Code section …

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