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Public Education, Public Employers, Public SafetyA Contractor’s Change In Business Form Does Not Create A Gap In Licensing Or Require Disgorgement Under Business And Professions Code Section 7031, If The Contractor Remains Duly Licensed At All Times During The Performance Of Work Under The Construction Contract
Author: Monica M. Espejo
Nonprofit, Private Education, Public Education, Public Employers, Public SafetyFederal COVID-19 Action Plan May Require Employers in California Adopt Vaccination or Weekly Testing Policies
Private Education, Public EducationCalifornia Department of Public Health Issues COVID-19 Guidance to K-12 Schools on Extracurricular Activities
Author: Stacy L. Velloff
Public Employers, Public SafetyAgency Wins Qualified Immunity From Scientist’s Claim That The First Amendment Protected His On-Duty Trial Testimony
Public Employers, Public SafetyFormer Fire Chief Was Wrongly Accused Of Pension Spiking
Public Employers, Public SafetyEmployee Forced To Pay For Her Employer’s Business Losses Has A Potential Labor Code Claim
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