In this issue:
U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Federal Vaccine Mandate for Private Employers with at Least 100 Employees


As all companies doing construction work know, California’s workplace safety and health laws create a host of important obligations and standards that are enforced and regulated by the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA).  And in 2022, that will expand. Effective January 1, 2022, Senate Bill (SB) 606 will expand the workplace safety laws…

Having an in-house attorney might seem like an obvious, inevitable step along the path of a growing company.  But when does a company become “big enough” to need (and justify the cost of) in-house counsel?  Is that question driven by the number of employees?  Gross revenue?  Multiple physical sites?  There is no benchmark answer, but…

The construction industry is all too aware of the numerous requirements in building physical structures that the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) established with its adoption in 1990. Penalties and fines for ADA violations can add up quickly. But, as of late, there has been an increase in lawsuits related to a specific area of…

DDWK is pleased to announce the addition of attorney John E. Solis. Solis’ practice focuses on advising clients on employment issues and litigating employment-related matters. His experience spans the range of employment law, including single-plaintiff FEHA claims, complex wage-and-hour class actions, and PAGA representative actions in addition to the day-to-day counseling of employers. Prior to…

In this issue:
President Biden Announces COVID-19 Action Plan That Includes Vaccine Mandate for Private Employers


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California Appellate Court Holds that Statues of Limitation Do Not Apply to Representative PAGA Plaintiffs


In this issue:
Indoor Masks Recommended for All; California Mandates Vaccines for Healthcare Workers


A few weeks into the state’s re-opening, and life in California is beginning to return to normal.  Although there are some concerns over coronavirus variants, it appears that the worst is behind us.  As the pandemic relents, now is an opportunity for companies involved in California’s construction industry to revisit their operational practices and make…

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Biden Administration Issues Executive Order Affecting Non-Competition Agreements


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