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A precedential decision last week by the California Court of Appeal may leave some employers feeling like no good deed goes unpunished. That decision ruled that a jury would have to decide if an employer willfully violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FRCA”) by letting a non-attorney manager communicate with outside lawyers to ensure that its background checks were in compliance with the FRCA.
Continue Reading No Good Deed Goes Unpunished? Use Lawyers to Avoid Trouble Related to Background Checks

On May 7, 2022 (Yes, that was a Saturday), CalOSHA issued a Fact Sheet and updated Frequently Asked Questions (“FAQs”) to align with, and explain, its revised Emergency Temporary Standards (“ETS”) for preventing and responding to COVID-19 in the workplace.
Continue Reading CalOSHA Issues Updated FAQs for Its Revised COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards

In this episode of California Employment NewsLukas Clary and Meagan Bainbridge discuss steps that employers can take to comply with employee records requests, while also mitigating the risk of potential workplace violation claims.

Watch this episode on the Weintraub YouTube channel, here.