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CALIFORNIA WAGE & HOUR LAW ALERT

California employers must confirm that their policies, practices, and premium payments made for missed meal and rest breaks comply with a new California Supreme Court case requiring that such payments were calculated using the regular rate of pay
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Blog: Back to School Planning

As college and university students prepare to return to campus this fall, there are three important legal documents they should take with them, if they want to make sure their families can be informed and involved in case of emergency.
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Welcome to JDS Law, Inc.

JDS Law, Inc. is now open in California to help clients elevate their businesses and protect their legacies by planning ahead and preventing problems before they arise. We are dedicated to employer-side employment law and estate-related legal work.
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Employment Law Alert: What Employers Need to Know About California's Reopening For Business

For an entire year and three months, Californians have looked forward to the day when the draconian governmental measures prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic would be lifted, and they could get back to some level of normalcy. That day is officially on…
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SB95 and COVID-19 Supplemental Sick Leave: What Employers Must Know

On March 19, 2021, Governor Newsom signed legislation, effective immediately, that requires employers with 26 or more employees to provide up to 80 hours of COVID-19 supplemental paid sick leave for eligible employees. Small businesses employing 25 o…
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Categories: COVID-19, Employment

Burden is on California Employers to Document Compliance With Meal Period Law

On February 25, 2021, in a unanimous decision, the California Supreme Court outlawed the practice of rounding time punches for meal periods. If you are a California employer who rounds timekeeping entries for meal periods, you should review your prac…
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