In California, Trustees are required to give notice when a Trust becomes irrevocable or there is a change of Trustee.
Ninth Circuit Finds That Insurance Claims Adjusters Are Exempt Administrative Employees Under California Law
Applying California’s administrative exemption test, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently concluded an insurance company properly classified its claims adjusters (who handled and processed disability claims) as exempt from the overtime provisions of the California Labor Code, notwithstanding the clerical duties the adjusters performed and their characterization of their work as “routine.”
It turns out the answer to this question depends on the reason for the move and whether California law applies to the contract.
Joint Agency Symposium Discusses Role of Electricity Sector in California’s 2030 GHG Reduction Goals
Last week, several state agencies and the California Independent System Operator held a symposium on ways to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from electricity generation while maintaining an affordable and reliable electricity system.
Following up on our June 26, 2015 Special Bulletin, which outlined Assembly Bill 304, the proposed clean-up legislation for California’s Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014 (“Paid Sick Leave Law” or “AB 1522”), this urgency legislation passed the California Senate on July 13, 2015, with a vote of 39-0 and was signed into law by Governor Brown on the same day and is now effective.
The Purge is a motion picture in which a fictional U.S. government has established an annual twelve hour period called “the purge” in which all crime is legalized and no emergency services are available.
While we all know that employers are required to withhold taxes from employees’ pay, it’s been unclear in California how that applies to settlements.