Tag: AB 3080

Governor Vetoes Last CalChamber Identified Job Killer Bill of 2017-2018 Legislative Session

AB 3080 Would Have Banned Arbitration Agreements Beneficial to Employees, Employers, Courts The last CalChamber identified Job Killer bill of the 2017-2018 Legislative Session, AB...

Governor Vetoes Last CalChamber Identified Job Killer Bill of 2017-2018 Legislative Session

AB 3080 Would Have Banned Arbitration Agreements Beneficial to Employees, Employers, Courts SACRAMENTO, CA – The last CalChamber identified Job Killer bill of the 2017-2018...
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And That’s a Wrap, with One Job Killer Still Standing

The legislative session came to an end on Friday night. So how did it go? This session, the Legislature addressed a variety of issues...

Opposition Stops Job Killer in Senate Rules

The Senate Rules Committee failed on Friday to garner enough votes to move the newest California Chamber of Commerce job killer, AB 893 (E....

Bill Limiting Use of Settlement/Arbitration Agreements on Governor’s Desk

A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed job killer bill to limit the use of settlement agreements and arbitration agreements for labor and employment claims has...

Job Killer Update: 29th Bill Will Increase California Energy Costs

SACRAMENTO, CA — The California Chamber of Commerce has added to the job killer list a bill that recently was amended to impose on...

Fiscal Committees Clear Suspense Files; Two Job Killers Move to Floors

Yesterday was the deadline for fiscal committees to send bills in their second house to the floor. Two employment-related California Chamber of Commerce-opposed job...

Coalition Fights Expansion of Employment Litigation

Trial Attorneys Benefit from Agreement Ban The California Chamber of Commerce and a large coalition of employer groups and local chambers of commerce are opposing a job...

Assembly Judiciary Passes Two CalChamber-Opposed Employment Bills

California Chamber of Commerce policy advocates yesterday highlighted for the Assembly Judiciary Committee problems with two employment-related bills. Even so, the committee approved, 7-3,...