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  • AB 626: What It Means for Public Works Projects and What Public Agencies Need to Do to ComplyFebruary 8, 2017Assembly Bill 626 was signed into law on September 29, 2016 and affects contracts for public works projects entered into on or after January 1, 2017. The Bill creates new requirements for administering the claims process for public works projects in California. Public agencies can now be forced to mediate unresolved claims during construction, and general contractors can file pass through claims against a public ... read more
  • Legalized Recreational Marijuana: Local vs. State Regulation and the Trump Administration’s Potential ImpactFebruary 1, 2017The Control, Regulate, and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act ("AUMA") creates a new licensing and regulatory structure for nonmedical marijuana activities and opens the door to a robust industry relating to recreational marijuana use in California. This webinar identifies and discusses lingering issues, both legal and practical, related to the implementation of AUMA. The presenters address the status of state regulations for commercial nonmedical ... read more
  • Ethics and Environmental Law 2017January 17, 2017You are invited to join Meyers Nave Principal Josh Bloom for a comprehensive review of ethics considerations related to environmental law hosted by the Bar Association of San Francisco. Environmental law practitioners face unique ethics dilemmas that can be particularly complex when matters involve multiple parties and have the potential to trigger civil and criminal considerations. Available via live webinar or in-person, this panel presentation ... read more
  • Legalized Recreational Marijuana: Do’s and Don’ts for EmployersJanuary 4, 2017The Control, Regulate, and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA) creates a new licensing and regulatory structure for nonmedical marijuana activities, both personal and commercial. The webinar focuses on the impact that the new law will have on public and private employers throughout California. The presenter addresses the current state of the law (e.g., California Health and Safety Code, Ross v. RagingWire Telecommunications, Fair Employment ... read more