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Property Schedules: Are yours accurate?

Property Schedules, like many facets of insurance, are an important, though often overlooked, component of an insurance policy. Property schedules are the insurance company’s record of all items an entity owns and wants insured. Property schedules include things such as: structures (including fencing), personal property, automobiles, heavy equipment, machinery, computers, electronics, [...]

California releases new COVID-19 website to aid employer compliance

Recently, the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) and Labor & Workforce Development Agency(LWDA) have pooled resources to produce Safer at Work, a website providing employees and employers information on how to maintain a safe and healthy workplace. This website has sections dedicated to employees, employers, as well as an outreach [...]

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training due by January, 2021

By January 1st, 2021, all employers in California who have 5 or more employees will be required to ensure that all employees have taken Sexual Harassment Prevention Training. This is a biennial training requirement, meaning that a retraining is due every 2 years from the date the employee is first [...]

Confidentiality Provisions Prohibited in Sexual Harassment & Sex Discrimination Cases

In recent years, several statutes have been passed in response to the #MeToo movement. One such statute, California Civil Code § 1001, has drastically changed the legal landscape around settling cases involving sexual harassment or sex discrimination. Below is a snippet from an article released by Derek Haynes and Dylan [...]

California Access to Care during wild fires

In response to the wildfires raging throughout California, several Health Plan carriers have created quick reference guidance for access to care: ANTHEM (click here for Anthem Quick Guide) Between August 18, 2020 and September 17, 2020, Anthem is making changes for California members who live in Sonoma, Napa, Monterey and [...]

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