Tag Archives: California Supreme Court
by Daniel Wiessner, Reuters
The court said that under California law, workers must generally be paid for any time they are required to be on their employers’ premises. Read More ›
The bill was hijacked by retail industry lobbyists and amendments turned AB 844 into a vehicle to eliminate privacy protections for credit card transactions at brick-and-mortar businesses. The author held the bill until 2014, and has reaffirmed his commitment to work with us to restore it as a pro-privacy bill.