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Say “See Ya” to the CEQA for Qualified Student Housing Projects
10/03/2022
LCW Special Bulletin

California just passed a bill to expedite the process for public universities developing student housing projects in order to meet the demands of the growing housing crisis. SB 886 was signed by the Governor on September 28, 2022, and streamlines the process by exempting community college districts...

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Policies Every Agency Should Have in Their Personnel Rules
07/28/2022
California Public Agency Labor & Employment Blog

Updating personnel rules is an endless task. Laws are constantly changing, and agencies are experiencing significant operational changes now more than ever. The responsibility of ensuring that all personnel rules are up to date and reflect both the legal requirements and the operational...

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Updated CDPH Guidance Removes Face Covering Requirements in Most Settings
03/01/2022
LCW Special Bulletin

On February 28, 2022, the California Department of Public Health (“CDPH”) updated its guidance concerning the use of face coverings to further relax those requirements.
While the updated CDPH guidance continues to require the use of face covering in certain high-risk settings, the guidance removes...

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CDPH Relaxes Face Covering Requirements
02/16/2022
LCW Special Bulletin

On February 7, 2022, the California Department of Public Health (“CDPH”) issued updated guidance concerning the use of face coverings in indoor public settings and businesses. The new rules concerning the use of face coverings takes effect on February 16, 2022, except where a local jurisdiction...

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Can A COVID-19 Infection Lead To Third Party Liability For Employers?
02/15/2022
California Public Agency Labor & Employment Blog

Non-employees may be able to sue employers for COVID-19 infections that can be traced to the employer’s workplace. A recent California Court of Appeal decision may pave the way for third parties to collect compensation from employers due to COVID-19 infections.
A California Court of Appeal recently...

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