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July 2017 Archives

Reasonable accommodation, the interactive process and your employer

Last week, we began discussing how one of the primary advantages of calling the Golden State home is the comprehensive legal protection granted to residents, particularly as it relates to employment. By way of illustration, we began discussing the California Fair Employment and Housing Act.

Does my employer have to provide me with reasonable accommodations?

While most people would list things like the weather, the culture and, of course, the ocean as some of the primary benefits of living in California, it's important not to overlook the comprehensive legal protections afforded to residents -- particularly employees.

What California law has to say about non-compete agreements

While it used to be that non-compete clauses, sometimes referred to as covenants not to compete or restrictive covenants, were only included in the contracts of high-level executives, employees with specific skill sets or those employed in certain competitive fields likes sales, this is no longer the case.

New protections for transgender, gender-nonconforming workers in effect

While most people associate the days in and around the July 4th holiday with fireworks and barbeques, it's actually a significant time from a legal standpoint. That's because July 1 is typically the day on which the state's new laws, rules and regulations officially take effect.

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