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eWeekly Alert & News Archives: October 21st, 2013

SCORING ON BUSINESS RELATED BILLS

Published on October 21, 2013

Our friend Joel Fox, Editor of Fox & Hounds and President of the Small Business Action Committee, provides an assessment of how business backed bills fared in the Legislature and with the Governor. He states, in part, “A mixed record for business  | Read More » |

ADA COMPLIANCE UPDATE

Published on October 21, 2013

Are you up to speed on all the recent changes to ADA that impact your business? Many changes in the past few years have been adopted. The best way to avoid a lawsuit is to be in compliance and to know your rights. For more detailed information regarding  | Read More » |

PREPARED FOR CALGREEN UPDATES?

Published on October 21, 2013

The newest updates to the state Green Building Code, better known as “CALGreen,” will be effective on January 1, 2014. Are you prepared? CALGreen, the nation’s first statewide green building code, was originally developed in 2008 has been a mandatory  | Read More » |

RESIDENTIAL RENT CONTROL BILL VETOED

Published on October 21, 2013

We are pleased to let you know that Governor Brown has vetoed AB 1229, which we have been opposing along with a large coalition of partners led by CBIA, Association of Realtors, and several regional apartment associations. While intended as a legislative  | Read More » |

BILL IDEAS FOR 2014

Published on October 21, 2013

Additionally, before the Legislature reconvenes in January we need your ideas on proactive changes to the law that our industry should consider pursuing. Are there issues in statute that could be made better, more efficacious? Something not addressed  | Read More » |

INTERIM RECESS

Published on October 21, 2013

Now that the California Legislative Sign/Veto Deadline has passed, the official legislative activity in Sacramento will go into repose until early January. However, there is no rest for weary, and although legislators are back home in their districts,  | Read More » |