The great philosopher Arnold Palmer said: “The road to success is always under construction.” This has never been more true than in this unpredictable era of pandemic impacts, climate change and economic uncertainty. Given all this uncertainty, contractors need to keep an eye on new laws affecting private and public projects and the construction industry…

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CA Supreme Court Lowers Threshold for Employees to Prove Allegations of Whistleblower Retaliation


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


Many construction companies in California already know the PAGA acronym all too well: The Private Attorneys General Act (“PAGA”) has been making life complicated for well-meaning employers since 2004. If you’re reading this and you’ve yet to find yourself ensnared in PAGA litigation, count yourself lucky – for now.   What is a PAGA Action…

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…

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