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Thought Leadership: Featuring Gilson Daub Partner, Weston Mills

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Kansas Supreme Court’s workers’ comp ruling may generate more legal disputes

By   –  Staff Writer, Kansas City Business Journal

The cost of settling claims could go up now that workers have the ability to use their doctors to give assessments on temporary or permanent disabilities…

Thought Leadership: Featuring Gilson Daub Partner, Thu Do

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Liability Questions For Calif. Employers On Vaccine Mandates

By Thu Do

Law360 (January 29, 2021, 6:21 PM EST) —

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While it has been over a month since the first Californian was vaccinated — on Dec. 14, 2020 — for COVID-19, the Golden State, like much of the rest of the nation, is nowhere close to resuming a normal life…

Thought Leadership: Featuring Gilson Daub Partner, Thu Do

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December 15, 2020

New California workplace laws for 2021 tackle COVID outbreaks, family leave, gender pay gap

BY JEONG PARK

California workers and businesses have a new slate of laws to become familiar with the start of the new year.

Cal/OSHA now has the ability to shut down a workplace if it exposes workers to an “imminent hazard” related to COVID-19. Workers in smaller companies have access to job-protected family leave. Workers have more time to file a labor complaint to the state…

Thought Leadership: Featuring Gilson Daub Founding Partner, Brent Daub

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Try to stay thankful and look at what has already been achieved. Sometimes you get so wrapped up in the now that you forget about everything it took to get you to where you are. Being grateful and looking back at all the successes can get you back into the right mindset to reduce stress.

Brent M. Daub, Esq.Founding Partner
December 1, 2020

COVID-19 and a slow economy have forced law firms of all sizes to cut costs

It’s not easy being an attorney right now.

Law firms throughout the United States—and the rest of the world—are dealing with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and a sluggish economy…

Thought Leadership: Featuring Gilson Daub Partners, Diana Tsudik and Thu Do

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How Calif. Employers Can Prepare For Virus Reporting Rules By Thu Do and Diana Tsudik (November 13, 2020)

As 2020 winds down — with no definitive end in sight to the pandemic — California employers must be mindful of all-new reporting obligations that require employers of all sizes to provide written notice of their industrial and nonindustrial COVID-19 cases to employees and local public health officials as well as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration…

Thought Leadership: Featuring Gilson Daub Partner, Diana Tsudik

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November 4, 2020

What Prop. 22 could mean for the gig economy nationwide

With Prop. 22’s passage in California, Lyft, Uber, DoorDash, and other apps that rely on so-called gig workers will continue to treat those workers as independent contractors. (The SF Chronicle put the vote at 58 percent for, 41 percent against.) …

Thought Leadership: Featuring Gilson Daub Partners, Diana Tsudik and Thu Do

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October 22, 2020

‘Love Contracts’ Go Mainstream as Employers Track Office Romance

Three years after the eruption of the #MeToo movement, businesses are still revamping their workplace dating policies, sometimes turning to disclosure requirements that may make employees blush but don’t run afoul of privacy laws…