Please find here a Request for Comments Concerning Proposed Modification of Action related to China and tariffs. Beginning on page 11, the document lists items subject to potential additional tariffs
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From the Sacramento Bee California and like-minded states are girding for a legal battle with the Trump administration on whether those states have gone too far in controlling greenhouse gases from automobiles, a prospective case that legal scholars say – barring a last-minute settlement – is sure to reach the U.S. Supreme Court. The Environmental […]
(OC Register) Until the first steam locomotives were invented in the early 19th Century, man could travel as far as he could walk or as far as his horse would take him. Life was dirty, smelly, difficult – and short. Life expectancy was short and human misery was assured. There was virtually no military and […]
From CompWest OSHA is now requiring employers in state plans, including California, to file injury and illness reports electronically, using the federal agency’s Injury Tracking Application (ITA) online portal. Cal/OSHA recently confirmed that despite having not yet adopted its own state rule,California employers are advised to electronically provide form 300A data covering the calendar year 2017. The […]
The WCIRB has recommended a mid-term rate reduction for California employers effective July 1, 2018 for new and renewal policies. If your policy renewal is after 7-1-18, you will have to wait until your normal anniversary date to get the new rates. The following chart shows the PURE PREMIUM rates promulgated by the WCIRB that applies to most […]
[In April], in Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court, 2018 WL 1999120 (Apr. 30, 2018) (Dynamex), the California Supreme Court upended the prevailing understanding of the independent contractor-employee distinction under California law. In a ruling that is certain to have wide-ranging repercussions for companies that rely on independent contractors, the Court declined to apply the multi-factor […]
California manufacturers are big players in the state’s efforts to address climate change. The largest companies are regulated through a program that will greatly reduce emissions and grow the economy at the same time. The result will be a win-win for jobs and the environment. Continue reading.
Have we reached the point where air pollution regulations are harming people more than air pollution itself? That’s the question at the heart of the dispute between the Trump administration and California about the Environmental Protection Agency’s air pollution program known as NAAQS, the National Ambient Air Quality Standards. Continue reading.
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