This week, we look at updated regulations in California and New York City and at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).
California Employers Update COVID-19 Policies
California employers are implementing updated COVID-19 policies to comply with new standards in the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health’s recently readopted Emergency Temporary Standard.
NYC Mayor Signs Pay Transparency Amendment
Last week, New York City Mayor Eric Adams signed an amendment postponing the effective date of the city's new salary range disclosure law until November 1. Learn more.
DOL Targets Worker Retaliation
The DOL recently issued a press release offering tools and resources to combat employer retaliation. Read more.
Expect More Web Accessibility Claims, Despite DOJ Guidance
Shira Blank, Josh Stein
Historic First Day of Personal Adult-Use Sales and Preservation of Medicinal Cannabis Market
New Jersey Law Journal (subscription required)
Superior Court of California Attorneys’ Fees Award Punishes Plaintiff’s Bad-Faith Litigation for Alleged Misappropriation of Trade Secrets
Trade Secrets & Employee Mobility
Edward Loya, Daniel Green, Phillip Antablin
New York’s Anti-Discrimination Laws Do Not Protect Out-of-State Remote Workers
Elizabeth Houghton LaGreca, Adam Tomiak
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