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8 01, 2021

Updating CCPA Policies

2021-01-08T23:12:41+00:00January 8th, 2021|Litigation Law Tips|

January 2021

Monthly Litigation Law Tip

The California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) has applied to many California businesses since January 2020, and it already faces change with the recent passage of the California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”). The CPRA has a few immediate effects, like extending the duration of employer-employee exceptions, but there are many other changes that business must prepare for by Continue Reading

4 12, 2020

CCPA Blog Series: Post No. 4 We Barely Got to Know You: How Prop 24 Changed the CCPA

2020-12-08T20:05:45+00:00December 4th, 2020|Litigation Articles|

In our first three posts on the CCPA, we discussed how its data privacy provisions might affect businesses and empower consumers, as well as the law’s implications on COVID-19 temperature checks. Although it has been a mere eleven months since the CCPA took effect, we already have a new law to evaluate. Buoyed by seven-figure support from San Francisco-based real estate Continue Reading

3 12, 2020

Retention of Employee Records

2020-12-03T00:42:47+00:00December 3rd, 2020|Litigation Law Tips|

December 2020

Monthly Litigation Law Tip

California labor laws require that employers retain employee records for certain periods of time, generally for three years after the employment ends. But, the statute of limitations for employment-related claims can be longer than three years, so employers should err on the side of retention and seek advice if they are unsure about applicable timelines.

6 11, 2020

Use of Smart Phones for Work

2020-11-06T18:57:38+00:00November 6th, 2020|Litigation Law Tips|

November 2020

Monthly Litigation Law Tip

Many businesses allow employees to use their own smart phones for work. But, to best protect company data and secure access to it on employee smart phones, employers should have appropriate policies and agreements in place. Such policies and agreements can be critical to obtaining access to employee/former employee personal devices during litigation.

6 10, 2020

2020-10-06T19:02:12+00:00October 6th, 2020|Litigation Law Tips|

October 2020

Monthly Litigation Law Tip

As we enter the last quarter of 2020, coronavirus-related legal issues such as remote workforces and force majeure provisions within commercial contracts remain hot-button concerns. Plan now for 2021 by taking stock of your company’s business and litigation risks in these areas.

13 07, 2020

Coronavirus-Related Litigation

2020-07-13T02:51:38+00:00July 13th, 2020|Litigation Law Tips|

July 2020

Monthly Litigation Law Tip

Coronavirus-related litigation is on the rise.  For employers, staying current on the latest coronavirus-related legal requirements is the best way to help avoid litigation.

13 07, 2020

COVID-19 and the CCPA: The Privacy Implications of Temperature Checks

2020-07-13T03:07:49+00:00July 13th, 2020|Litigation Articles|

While the CCPA has been in effect for several months now, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses to grapple with the law in a new light. In earlier posts, we provided a general overview of the new law and detailed the new consumer rights that it establishes. Companies are now looking for ways to keep their employees and customers Continue Reading