California Supplements COVID Paid Sick Leave Law

California Supplements COVID Paid Sick Leave Law

On March 19, 2021, Governor Newsom signed SB 95, which will place additional requirements on employers to provide supplemental paid sick leave to employees impacted by COVID-19. The new law goes into effect on March 29, 2021 and is set to expire on September 30, 2021....

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Beware of Phishing Email from “FINRA-ONLINE.COM” Domain

Beware of Phishing Email from “FINRA-ONLINE.COM” Domain

All member firms should be aware of an ongoing phishing campaign that involves fraudulent emails purporting to be from “FINRA Membership” and using the email address “supports@finra-online.com.” The email asks recipients to respond to an issue of “regulatory...

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KYL First Year Attorneys Pass the California State Bar

KYL First Year Attorneys Pass the California State Bar

We are pleased to announce that our newest associates, Christopher Cammiso, Saied Quadri, and John Mysliwiec, learned Friday that they passed the California State Bar.  We are excited to be a part of their legal careers and witness their professional development in...

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Client Service Awards Honor 474 Lawyers — But Just One CIO

Client Service Awards Honor 474 Lawyers — But Just One CIO

By Bob Ambrogi on December 21, 2020 For the 19th year, BTI Consulting Group has announced its honorees as BTI Client Service All-Stars for 2020, 475 law firm professionals chosen by corporate clients to be recognized for their commitment to superior client service. Of...

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California Supplements COVID Paid Sick Leave Law

Employment Alert: A “New Normal” Brings New CA Laws in 2021

Like so much else in 2020, this year’s legislative session was headlined by COVID-19. As the pandemic continues to upend traditional employment practices, California has adopted a series of new and updated laws responding to the novel issues it now faces. These laws –...

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KYL’s Esther Cho Speaks with Rose Ors on Law Firm Leadership

KYL’s Esther Cho Speaks with Rose Ors on Law Firm Leadership

Keesal, Young & Logan’s Esther Cho, spoke with Rose Ors on behalf of Thomson Reuters regarding KYL’s culture and Esther’s leadership within the firm. On Leadership features conversations with law firm CEOs or Managing Partners about how they are leading their law...

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Diversity in Legal Series Spotlights KYL’s Natalie Lagunas

Diversity in Legal Series Spotlights KYL’s Natalie Lagunas

Please meet Natalie Lagunas, an attorney at Keesal, Young & Logan, where she practices civil #litigation in #California in the securities, employment, maritime, and mortgage banking industries, and also serves on the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee....

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5 Takeaways from California’s ‘Final’ CCPA Regulations

5 Takeaways from California’s ‘Final’ CCPA Regulations

Last month—more than two years after the California Consumer Rights Act was signed into law by Governor Gerald Brown, Jr.—California's Office of the Attorney General has published the final regulations implementing the CCPA. Read full article here. – Keesal, Young...

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5 Data Privacy Insights in the Time of COVID-19

5 Data Privacy Insights in the Time of COVID-19

As businesses around the globe prepared to meet the demands of new data privacy laws and regulations in 2020, the world was thrown a curveball in the form of COVID-19. At Mitratech’s virtual summit, The Future of Compliance, I sat down with Mitratech Managing Director...

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Coping with the California Class Action Gold Rush

Coping with the California Class Action Gold Rush

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has been in effect since January 1, 2020, and it's packed a punch. Like prospectors who were drawn to California in 1849 with the hope of striking it rich, in the first five months of 2020, lawyers have filed at least 19...

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