By Alfred J. Landegger, Esq.: Al’s commentary after attending a recent conference on the changes in California’s employment law and how our state has the highest employment litigation in the country.
As if Employers are not already reeling under the burden of new California Wage and Hour Laws, cities like Los Angeles, are now adding an additional layer of concern with a broad and complicated minimum wage and sick time ordinance singling out the Hotel Industry, as well as studying the possibility of additional, broader proposals […]
Dear Clients and Friends: 1981 was a fortuitous year for me, and as a young attorney, I was fortunate to meet the Executive Director of the Optimist Youth Homes and Family Services. This was the first nonprofit organization I represented and I rapidly grew to appreciate the impact that the nonprofit world has on all […]
WELL…..THERE THEY GO AGAIN! The Calif. Legislature and our Governor have joined together to further confound California Employers already reeling from the last deluge of costly and quarrelsome laws foisted upon them in January. It is not our calling to politicize the source of Bills that have recently been signed into law. On the other […]
When September 10, 2014 – 10:30am PST / 1:30pm EST Register For This Webinar NOVAtime Announces Upcoming Free Live Webinar: Wage & Hour: Understand the Laws and Avoid Litigation NOVAtime invites business owners and HR professionals to register for its free webinar: Wage & Hour: Understand the Laws and Avoid Litigation, to be held online on […]
Our new website comes with the new name of the law firm, Landegger Baron Law Group, ALC.
California Broadens Employment Discrimination Prohibitions to Include Victims of Domestic Violence and Stalking
By Brian Ewing On October 11, 2013, Governor Jerry Brown signed a law extending greater employment protections to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Senate Bill 400 prohibits terminating, or otherwise discriminating or retaliating against, an employee because he or she is a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, if the […]
January 2, 2013 Dear Clients and Friends, As you may already know, our firm has scheduled to resume our regular workshops commencing on January 18, 2013 in the San Fernando Valley and on January 25, 2013 in Camarillo. There are many new laws and legal trends that will impact your businesses and we believe that […]
The new California Bill changes effective January 1, 2013 definitely effects how we do business. Such topics include: AB 2386 – which prohibits discrimination in employment based on breast feeding; AB 1964 – expands and clarifies the scope of religious protections under the Fair Employment and Housing Act; AB 1844 restricts the use of social […]
By Brian Ewing All bills are effective January 1, 2014 unless otherwise stated. Wage & Hour AB 10 – raises the minimum wage. This bill raises the minimum wage to $9 per hour on July 1, 2014 and to $10 per hour on January 1, 2016. Please note that this change also indirectly affects employees […]