Seyfarth Synopsis: While the Buggles took creative liberties when they claimed that Video Killed The Radio Star, the House of Origin deadline axed a number of employment-related bills. California legislators began this legislative session at the apex of the pandemic, introducing a flurry of COVID-19-related bills, many of which failed to survive the June

Seyfarth Synopsis: Headlining the number of employment-related bills California legislators introduced by the February 19th deadline are those that would extend COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave and provide other leaves and accommodations.

After last year’s pandemic-caused truncation of the 2020 legislative session—in which the governor signed only 372 new laws, the fewest since 1967—many expected

Seyfarth Synopsis: Beleaguered California employers will soon need to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act. See below for a link to a more comprehensive resource.

The CCPA, effective January 1, 2020, will require employers to provide employees with privacy policies. The scope and content of those policies are currently subject to some doubt, especially