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SACRAMENTO – Proposed California labor law Assembly Bill 51 has reached the assembly floor in the Golden State and could further divide big and small business.
AB 51 is one of many proposed labor law bills that has reached the assembly floor in California, seemingly driving a wedge between big and small business.
SACRAMENTO – On July 1, Senate Bill 41 was approved by the California State Assembly, promising to rid the civil damages awards system of discrimination.
SACRAMENTO – A round of fixes to a hastily drafted consumer protection bill that became law last year can’t come soon enough, according to Ken Barnes, the executive director of California Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CCALA).
SACRAMENTO – California legislators have parked a bill that would have banned the use of a range of chemicals in personal health care products.
SACRAMENTO – California legislators are moving to try and ban a wide range of chemicals historically used in cosmetic products.
SACRAMENTO - A bill barring employers from inserting binding arbitration clauses into contracts as a condition of employment has passed the California State Assembly.
California Assembly takes on lawyer ads, unanimously passes bill that would punish misleading claims
SACRAMENTO - California's lawmakers have passed a bill aimed at combating what supporters claim is misleading advertising by plaintiffs attorneys.
SACRAMENTO – A bill designed to stop California businesses being penalized for holding unclaimed assets has been put on hold as its sponsor believes it needs more work.