Tag Archives: Impacting

Salary History Ban Clarified as California Awaits News on Major Bills Impacting Employers

It is that time of year.  We continue to wait for the Governor to sign or veto some controversial bills such as: The Stand Act (prohibiting confidentiality in harassment and sexual assault settlements); and AB 3080 (prohibiting mandatory arbitration for … Continue reading

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NAFTA and how free trade negotiations are impacting Canadian M&A activity

The President of the United States recently made headlines when he announced that the United States and Mexico had reached a new bilateral trade deal to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and that the countries were prepared … Continue reading

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Industry Spotlights Webinar Series: Wage and Hour Developments Impacting Hospitality and Home Health Care Industries Continue Reading…

In 2018, we have seen important new wage and hour developments unfolding on a seemingly weekly basis. To help you stay up to date and out of the crosshairs of the plaintiffs’ bar, we invite you to join Epstein Becker … Continue reading

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Top 10 Questions about Senate Bill 866 – New State Legislation Impacting How Public Employers Communicate with Employees and Manage Employee Organization / Union Membership Dues

The post was authored by Erin Kunze. On June 27, 2018, Governor Brown signed into law the Final State Budget, along with budget trailer bill, Senate Bill 866. In brief, though there is little comment in the Bill’s legislative analysis, … Continue reading

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Burden of “Right to Try” Implementation on Sponsors (for Now); Risk of Unexpected SAEs Negatively Impacting Development and Approval Still Remains

By James E. Valentine & David B. Clissold — On May 30, 2018, the federal “Right to Try” law was enacted, creating a new legal framework for access to investigational drugs in limited situations outside of a clinical trial. See … Continue reading

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