SAN FRANCISCO — The newest member of the California Chamber of Commerce's board of directors has pledged to make working against legislation that adversely affects the labor market one of the primary goals of his term.
SAN FRANCISCO – Changes to California's zoning laws could reduce the state's affordable housing gap, according to a report from a global consulting firm that
specializes in developing policy for the evolving business and economic landscape.
LOS ANGELES -- A Los Angeles jury returned a record-setting $18 million award against Whittaker, Clark & Daniels in Depoian v. American International Industries Inc., which could indicate a trend for future asbestos settlements.
SAN DIEGO -- In Lidia Soto vs. Motel 6 Operating LP, California's Fourth District Appellate Court sent a clear message to employers: they are not obligated to include the monetary amount of accrued vacation pay on their employees' wage statements.