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2021

  • SB 9 And The “End of Single Family Zoning” in California: What You Need To KnowSeptember 27, 2021Governor Newsom recently signed SB 9 into law which takes effect in January 2022, requiring cities and counties to ministerially approve certain two-unit projects and lot splits. Under the law, if a lot split is followed by the development of a two-unit project on each lot, four units could be built on what was previously a single-family residential parcel. The new law allows local agencies ... read more
  • COVID-19 Return to Work Plan: Who Returns, When, Where & HowApril 28, 2021As COVID-19 vaccines become more available, bringing employees back to work safely requires a detailed Return to Work Plan. Employers must adapt to ever-changing local, state and national requirements to keep employees, clients, customers, vendors, and the visiting public safe. Meyers Nave Labor and Employment Law Principals Camille Hamilton Pating and Arlene Yang presented a webinar on employers’ frequently asked questions. The webinar covered: Determining who returns to ... read more
  • COVID-19 Return to Work Issues: How to Navigate the Changing Landscape for Your Return to Work PlanMarch 17, 2021As COVID-19 vaccines become more available, bringing employees back to work safely requires a detailed Return to Work Plan. Employers must adapt to ever-changing local, state and national requirements to keep employees, clients, customers, vendors, and the visiting public safe. On March 17 (10:10–11:00 AM), Meyers Nave Labor and Employment Law Principals Camille Hamilton Pating and Janice Brown will present an interactive virtual session at ... read more
  • Employment Law and Freedom of Speech: What Can and Can’t Employers Do When Employees Express Their Political, Cultural, and Social Views?March 16, 2021Employees have become increasingly vocal in expressing their political, cultural, and social views on- and off-duty. How can employers protect employee freedoms while maintaining a welcoming workplace, limiting discord and division, and preserving the organization’s values and reputation? These questions have been top-of-mind for employers, as employee self-expression has increased in volume and intensity with recent high-profile movements and events, including #MeToo, Black Lives Matter, ... read more
  • Mandatory vs. Voluntary COVID-19 Vaccination Policies: What California Employers Need To KnowFebruary 3, 2021Now that COVID-19 vaccines are gradually rolling out, employers are asking if they can – and should – require employees to get vaccinated and are considering what they can do if employees refuse. Recorded Webinar on COVID-19 Vaccination Policies Given the complexity of navigating federal and state laws, MOUs, personnel rules, and practical considerations, employers should consult legal counsel before creating and implementing a mandatory ... read more
  • Employment Law Update Webinar: What’s New, What’s Changed and What’s Next?January 14, 2021PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYERS Meyers Nave invites you to view our Employment Law Update webinar for practical advice on how to comply with new requirements that California employers need to know in 2021. Among other topics, we discuss: COVID-19 Health and Safety Issues: COVID-19 notification requirements (AB 685), new Cal/OSHA regulations, workers’ comp changes (SB 1159), and vaccines in the workplace (Law360 recently reported that “in-house ... read more
  • Employment Law Update Webinar: What’s New, What’s Changed and What’s Next?January 12, 2021PRIVATE & NON-PROFIT SECTOR EMPLOYERS Meyers Nave invites you to view our Employment Law Update webinar for practical advice on how to comply with new requirements that California employers need to know in 2021. Among other topics, we discuss: COVID-19 Health and Safety Issues: COVID-19 notification requirements (AB 685), new Cal/OSHA regulations, workers’ comp changes (SB 1159), and vaccines in the workplace (Law360 recently reported ... read more