This past Sunday (September 30) represented the deadline for Governor Brown’s final actions on legislative measures, and his final term as California’s governor will come to an end in a few short months.
A whopping 684 measures were introduced in the Senate in 2018, while 1,531 were introduced in the Assembly this year.
We recently summarized the more significant employment-related bills in our Legal Alert, which discussed, among other things, the significant bills inspired by the #MeToo movement that were signed into law.
Our comprehensive guide summarizes all of the significant employment measures enacted this year. Unless otherwise noted, these measures will generally go into effect in 2019. The guide contains links to the actual bills texts, as well as a number of more in-depth Legal Alerts and blog posts discussing these new laws.
For more information about these new laws, please contact your Fisher Phillips attorney, or one of the attorneys in any of our California offices:
- Irvine: 949.851.2424
- Los Angeles: 213.330.4500
- Sacramento: 916.210.0400
- San Diego: 858.597.9600
- San Francisco: 415.490.9000
This article provides an overview of specific state law changes. It is not intended to be, and should not be construed as, legal advice for any particular fact situation.