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Companies that claim to reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions are now required to back-up those assertions, though a regulatory agency has not been designated to provide guidance on how to do so. Companies must read the statute and determine their own compliance obligations.
Employers must “establish, implement, and maintain, at all times in all work areas, an effective workplace violence prevention plan” for purposes of protecting employees from aggressive and violent behavior at the workplace.
Senate Bill 699 prohibits employers from entering into noncompete agreements regardless of where and when the agreement was signed. And Assembly Bill 1076 expressly makes it unlawful for employers to enter into noncompete agreements and imposes steep fines and onerous notice requirements for violations.
SB 365 was designed to address this perceived injustice by providing courts with discretion to decide whether a case could proceed in trial court while an appeal was heard. Unlike the Coinbase holding, it would not automatically stay plaintiffs’ proceedings in trial court while appeals were pending.