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Category: Employment Law

 

Los Angeles Apparel Factory Ordered Shut Down Following Coronavirus Outbreak; Hundreds of Workers’ Compensation Claims Expected

Jul 12, 2020

In response to “flagrant violations” of public health and safety orders, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health announced Friday that it was forcing the garment factory run by Los Angeles Apparel to shut down effective immediately. In a...

 

What is California’s New AB5 Law, and How Will it Affect Employees & Employers Within the Gig Economy?

Sep 30, 2019

To call California’s new AB5 bill (which falls under Section 2750.3 of California Labor Code) a groundbreaking piece of legislation would not be an overstatement. As California Governor, Gavin Newsom, signed Assembly Bill 5 into law on September 18th, the...

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