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The California Consumer Privacy Act takes effect in about eight months, but amendments are expected. An April hearing on a bill that would expand the private right of action and remove compliance opportunities for businesses showed it needs to be carefully followed, say Mintz attorneys Joshua Briones, Esteban Morales and Matthew Novian.
Susan Cohen, Member and Chair of the firm’s Immigration Practice, comments on how the Trump administration’s zealous approach to immigration enforcement at courthouses has resulted in a showdown between the federal government and progressive state prosecutors in Massachusetts.
Will Hill, Member and Co-chair of Mintz’s construction law practice, is among the industry sources quoted in this feature discussing how high-dollar-value projects, tighter schedules and workforce shortages all combine to make risk management a complex and continually shifting landscape.

DC Paid Leave Tax Begins Earlier Than Expected

April 25, 2019 | ASAE's Inroads

An excerpt from a memo authored by Employment, Labor and Benefits attorney Don Davis appears in this piece, which discusses how the District is in the process of implementing paid family and medical leave, and sooner than expected.
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