SACRAMENTO – As the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) nears its Jan. 1 enactment, businesses across the state are preparing for the relatively unknown as they push for full compliancy with the new internet privacy bill. Small businesses in particular are expected to struggle to keep up with the costs and complexity of the law, leaving many with uncertain futures.
WASHINGTON – The American Tort Reform Association (ATRF) released its annual Judicial Hellholes report this week with the state of California once again placing among the worst legal climates in the nation at number two, following only the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.
Padilla's office says it supports 'woman quota' requirement, will respond to lawsuit over it in court
A lawsuit filed in October by the Pacific Legal Foundation is challenging the state’s requirement by way of SB 826 that publicly traded companies are to have a certain number of women on their boards of directors. The law is the first of its kind in the nation.