Yearly Archives: 2016

BROWN LAW GROUP TO RECEIVE THE CITY HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION’S 2016 BUSINESS DIVERSITY AWARD

City Human Relations Commission Announces 2016 Awardees ANNUAL RECOGNITION AWARDS PRESENTATION WILL BE HELD ON NOV. 16 SAN DIEGO – The City of San Diego Human Relations Commission today announced the recipients of its 2016 Recognition Awards, honoring the accomplishments of several prominent community members. The awards are presented annually to individuals and organizations that […]

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SAN DIEGO EMPLOYERS: ARE YOU READY FOR THE MINIMUM WAGE AND SICK LEAVE CHANGES MANDATED BY PROP I?

San Diegans will head to the polls on June 7, 2016 to vote on the passage of several propositions, including Proposition I. This measure is on the ballot to allow voters to decide whether to keep or reject the City Council’s “Earned Sick Leave –Minimum Wage Ordinance,” which was approved by the Council in 2014. […]

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BROWN LAW GROUP PROUDLY WELCOMES DIVERSITY FELLOW KEVONNA AHMAD

Brown Law Group, a San Diego-based law firm that specializes in representing businesses in a wide range of employment matters and commercial litigation, is proud to announce that it has been invited to participate in the San Diego County Bar Association’s Diversity Fellowship Program and that it will welcome Diversity Fellow and first-year law student, […]

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DEATH, TAXES AND NEW CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT LAWS REGARDING INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS

The old saying goes, “there are two things that you can’t avoid – death and taxes.”  Despite that sage advice, many employers, well intentioned though they may be, have attempted to save money by classifying employees as independent contractors, to avoid paying taxes. However, just because a company hires a worker as an independent contractor […]

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SPRING IS HERE AND IT’S TIME TO CLEAN OUT YOUR KITCHEN CABINETS (AND EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK)

When is the last time you looked through your kitchen cabinets and cleaned out expired cans of food?  If you are like me, it was a few years ago.  My wife and I recently tackled this chore and it was quite an educational moment.  For starters, I was shocked to learn just how many cans […]

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