The busiest time of year at the State Capitol, end of session, has arrived. During the next seven days, the Legislature will wrap up work for the year, passing several hundred bills. Another couple hundred will be passed over; either to die or try again next year as a second year bill. This is the […]
Wednesday marks the fifth anniversary of the signing of SB 1554 (Dutton) by Governor Schwarzenegger, which added bump keys the the list of Burglary Tools found in Penal Code section 466, making their possession (with intent to use in a burglary) a misdemeanor.
California law imposes many duties on employers when it comes to the employer-employee relationship. These employment laws are generally found in the California Labor Code. The California Legislature often passes new labor laws, and these changes can have a big impact on employers. For this reason, it is important for business owners to keep up […]