COURTSIDE LEGAL UPDATES

 


All Counties and Charter Cities Need to Comply with Minimum Wage Laws

APR 2019

By Robert H. Tyler, Attorney at Law, Ashley A. Richardson, Law Clerk, Linda Conaway, Legal Assistant

The minimum wage in California is increasing annually over the next few years. In Marquez v. City of Long Beach, 244 Cal. Rptr. 3d 57 (2019), the Court of Appeals recently ruled that these wage laws apply to all public employers, including those in all counties and charter cities...

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California Nonprofit Donor Disclosure Law: Ninth Circuit Declines Rehearing

APR 2019

By Robert H. Tyler, Attorney at Law, Ashley A. Richardson, Law Clerk, Linda Conaway, Legal Assistant

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals refused the request for reconsideration of a decision regarding California disclosure laws for nonprofit donors....

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Ruling: Domino’s Pizza is Ordered to Provide an ADA Compliant Website

MAR 2019

By Robert H. Tyler, Attorney at Law, Ashley A. Richardson, Law Clerk, Linda Conaway, Legal Assistant

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on January 15, 2019 that Domino’s Pizza must update their mobile app and website so that its online services are available for people with visual impairments...

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California Competes Tax Credit for Growing Business

MAR 2019

By Robert H. Tyler, Attorney at Law, Ashley A. Richardson, Law Clerk, Linda Conaway, Legal Assistant

The California Competes Tax Credit was approved by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2013. It is offered as an income tax credit for businesses that are: 1. Currently located in the state of California and want to expand, or 2. Relocating to the state...

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New Laws in 2019 You Should Know About

FEB 2019

By Robert H. Tyler, Attorney at Law

California’s lawmakers have been hard at work in our state capitol, creating and voting on thousands of bills. As of January 1, 2019, the state legislature passed, and the governor signed over a thousand new laws...

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Major Changes in California Law for Employers

JAN 18, 2019

By Robert H. Tyler, Attorney at Law

This year the California Legislature passed new laws that drastically change the responsibilities of employers in California. What do the new laws mean for you as an employer?

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