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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.
SACRAMENTO – National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Small Business Legal Center in Sacramento attorney Luke Wake said reform of the Private Attorney's General Act (PAGA) is one its priority concerns for small-business owners in California.
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SACRAMENTO – The National Federation of Independent Business is pushing back against the rising number of lawsuits across the country seeking to hold fossil fuel companies accountable for climate change.
OAKLAND – Monsanto recently filed a post-trial motion asking an Alameda County Superior Court judge to reverse May’s $2 billion jury verdict involving the herbicide Roundup in just one of many high-profile liability cases taking place throughout the state of California.
The National Federation of Independent Business’ Small Business Legal Center has filed an amicus brief urging a federal judge to affirm a district court’s limited liabilities ruling in a suit brought to establish the standard for determining if a Grubhub food delivery driver classifies as an independent contractor or an employee of the company.
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Three key issues await California in 2019: single-payer health care, sales tax on services, and split-roll property tax
Shawn Lewis worries that a year that could bring increases in health care expenses, sales tax costs and property tax rates in California for small business owners could come to spell doom.