Solo and Small Firm

The Practitioner Winter 2014, Volume 20, Issue 1

New Laws Affecting Employers For 2014

By Cynthia Elkins

Cynthia Elkins, Principal of Elkins Employment Law, whose practice provides representation to private sector employers on their personnel and employment law matters including litigation defense, compliance and best practices.

Among the many pieces of important legislation signed into law, there are several new laws pertaining to employment and employment-related litigation. California employers and their counsel should take note of these new laws, which present significant changes to the workplace. Unless otherwise noted, these laws take effect January 1, 2014.

Attorney’s fees to Employer/Prevailing Party Only on Showing of Bad Faith

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