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  • Proposition 42 |
    Public Records Act or Brown Act but appears to strengthen the rights of the public under both acts by placing the obligations in the Constitution Proposition 42 also requires that public comply with any subsequent statutory enactment amending either act enacting a successor act or amending any successor act that contains findings demonstrating that the statutory enactment furthers the purposes of this section This gives the Legislature the right to amend the Public Records Act or Brown Act or enact other public meeting and public records laws despite this Constitutional change The full text of Proposition 42 is 7 In order to ensure public access to the meetings of public bodies and the writings of public officials and agencies as specified in paragraph 1 each local agency is hereby required to comply with the California Public Records Act Chapter 3 5 commencing with Section 6250 of Division 7 of Title 1 of the Government Code and the Ralph M Brown Act Chapter 9 commencing with Section 54950 of Part 1 of Division 2 of Title 5 of the Government Code and with any subsequent statutory enactment amending either act enacting a successor act or amending any successor act that contains findings demonstrating that the statutory enactment furthers the purposes of this section This alert is not intended to substitute for legal advice If you have questions regarding obligations under the Public Records Act or Brown Act please contact Kingsley Bogard Kingsley Bogard LLP 50 Iron Point Circle Suite 110 Folsom CA 95630 916 932 2500 phone 916 932 2510 fax admin kblegal us Post navigation Next Previous Article List by Title Recent PERB Cases May Expand Right to Union Representation in Meetings Emergency Changes to Healthy Workplace Healthy Families Act Add Flexibility to Accrual of Paid Sick Leave Governor signed

    Original URL path: http://kblegal.us/proposition-42-2/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Guidelines for Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse |
    gov ls ss ap childabusereporting asp In addition this web page contains available translations of the guidelines http inet2 cde ca gov cmd translatedparentaldoc aspx docid 8615 8618 The statute does not provide any specific timeline by which LEA s must provide the Guidelines but it appears that the obligation only arises upon parent request It may however be best practice to include the Guidelines in annual notifications pursuant to Education Code section 48980 Section 48987 also encourages LEA s to inform parents of the procedures for filing a child abuse complaint with law enforcement when a parent desires to file a complaint of child abuse against a school employee or other person In any oral communications with parents regarding any of these issues LEA s must provide a translator for parents whose primary language is not English LEA s may wish to adopt Board Policies and or Administrative Regulations regarding these requirements Kingsley Bogard can assist with creating such policies and regulations This information is not intended to substitute for legal advice If you have specific questions about this topic please contact our office Kingsley Bogard LLP 50 Iron Point Circle Suite 110 Folsom CA 95630 916 932 2500 phone 916 932 2510 fax admin kblegal us Post navigation Next Previous Article List by Title Recent PERB Cases May Expand Right to Union Representation in Meetings Emergency Changes to Healthy Workplace Healthy Families Act Add Flexibility to Accrual of Paid Sick Leave Governor signed SB 277 which eliminates the personal belief exemption from student immunization requirements SB 272 Local Agency Data Inventory Department of Education Changes Maintenance of Effort Regulations Governing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Proposed Law Adds Clarification and Teeth to Illegal Pupil Fees Complaint Procedure Attorney Billing Statements Exempt from PRA Disclosure Trial Court Finds

    Original URL path: http://kblegal.us/guidelines-for-recognizing-and-reporting-child-abuse/?pfstyle=wp (2016-02-17)
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  • Guidelines for Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse |
    gov ls ss ap childabusereporting asp In addition this web page contains available translations of the guidelines http inet2 cde ca gov cmd translatedparentaldoc aspx docid 8615 8618 The statute does not provide any specific timeline by which LEA s must provide the Guidelines but it appears that the obligation only arises upon parent request It may however be best practice to include the Guidelines in annual notifications pursuant to Education Code section 48980 Section 48987 also encourages LEA s to inform parents of the procedures for filing a child abuse complaint with law enforcement when a parent desires to file a complaint of child abuse against a school employee or other person In any oral communications with parents regarding any of these issues LEA s must provide a translator for parents whose primary language is not English LEA s may wish to adopt Board Policies and or Administrative Regulations regarding these requirements Kingsley Bogard can assist with creating such policies and regulations This information is not intended to substitute for legal advice If you have specific questions about this topic please contact our office Kingsley Bogard LLP 50 Iron Point Circle Suite 110 Folsom CA 95630 916 932 2500 phone 916 932 2510 fax admin kblegal us Post navigation Next Previous Article List by Title Recent PERB Cases May Expand Right to Union Representation in Meetings Emergency Changes to Healthy Workplace Healthy Families Act Add Flexibility to Accrual of Paid Sick Leave Governor signed SB 277 which eliminates the personal belief exemption from student immunization requirements SB 272 Local Agency Data Inventory Department of Education Changes Maintenance of Effort Regulations Governing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Proposed Law Adds Clarification and Teeth to Illegal Pupil Fees Complaint Procedure Attorney Billing Statements Exempt from PRA Disclosure Trial Court Finds

    Original URL path: http://kblegal.us/guidelines-for-recognizing-and-reporting-child-abuse/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Minimum Wage Increase |
    2014 California s minimum wage will increase to 9 00 per hour Effective July 1 2016 California s minimum wage will increase to 10 00 per hour While public employers are exempt from many California Labor Codes they must follow the Labor Code and Industrial Wage Orders with regard to minimum wage Public employers should review employee salary information prior to July 1 2014 to ensure that all employees receive at least these minimum wages Failure to ensure that employees receive the minimum wage can result in back pay awards as well as fines and or penalties imposed by the California Labor Commissioner s Department of Labor Standards Enforcement This information is not intended to substitute for legal advice If you have specific questions regarding minimum wage requirements please contact our office Kingsley Bogard LLP 50 Iron Point Circle Suite 110 Folsom CA 95630 916 932 2500 phone 916 932 2510 fax admin kblegal us Post navigation Next Previous Article List by Title Recent PERB Cases May Expand Right to Union Representation in Meetings Emergency Changes to Healthy Workplace Healthy Families Act Add Flexibility to Accrual of Paid Sick Leave Governor signed SB 277 which eliminates the personal belief exemption from student immunization requirements SB 272 Local Agency Data Inventory Department of Education Changes Maintenance of Effort Regulations Governing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Proposed Law Adds Clarification and Teeth to Illegal Pupil Fees Complaint Procedure Attorney Billing Statements Exempt from PRA Disclosure Trial Court Finds School Districts May Not Charge for Copies Made to Redact Exempt Information from PRA Request SB 1405 Schools Must Report Some Pesticide Use to Department of Pesticide Regulation Develop Integrated Pest Management Plan California Family Rights Act CFRA and Family Medical Leave Act FMLA AB 420 Willful Defiance AB 1442 School Districts Gathering

    Original URL path: http://kblegal.us/minimum-wage-increase/?pfstyle=wp (2016-02-17)
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  • Minimum Wage Increase |
    2014 California s minimum wage will increase to 9 00 per hour Effective July 1 2016 California s minimum wage will increase to 10 00 per hour While public employers are exempt from many California Labor Codes they must follow the Labor Code and Industrial Wage Orders with regard to minimum wage Public employers should review employee salary information prior to July 1 2014 to ensure that all employees receive at least these minimum wages Failure to ensure that employees receive the minimum wage can result in back pay awards as well as fines and or penalties imposed by the California Labor Commissioner s Department of Labor Standards Enforcement This information is not intended to substitute for legal advice If you have specific questions regarding minimum wage requirements please contact our office Kingsley Bogard LLP 50 Iron Point Circle Suite 110 Folsom CA 95630 916 932 2500 phone 916 932 2510 fax admin kblegal us Post navigation Next Previous Article List by Title Recent PERB Cases May Expand Right to Union Representation in Meetings Emergency Changes to Healthy Workplace Healthy Families Act Add Flexibility to Accrual of Paid Sick Leave Governor signed SB 277 which eliminates the personal belief exemption from student immunization requirements SB 272 Local Agency Data Inventory Department of Education Changes Maintenance of Effort Regulations Governing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Proposed Law Adds Clarification and Teeth to Illegal Pupil Fees Complaint Procedure Attorney Billing Statements Exempt from PRA Disclosure Trial Court Finds School Districts May Not Charge for Copies Made to Redact Exempt Information from PRA Request SB 1405 Schools Must Report Some Pesticide Use to Department of Pesticide Regulation Develop Integrated Pest Management Plan California Family Rights Act CFRA and Family Medical Leave Act FMLA AB 420 Willful Defiance AB 1442 School Districts Gathering

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  • AB 1266 Update – Transgender Students |
    a referendum was circulated throughout California s 58 counties The referendum would have required the November 2014 electorate to vote on a repeal of the bill After a re count of the signatures obtained by the proponents of the referendum the Secretary of State s office determined that the referendum had failed As a result all school districts must move forward with implementation of AB 1266 Districts that have developed policies and procedures for implementation should continue to work toward full implementation of those policies and procedures Districts that have not created new policies and or procedures for implementation of AB 1266 should do so as soon as practicable Kingsley Bogard LLP can assist with preparation of policies and procedures to implement AB 1266 as well as communications to administrators employees and community members Please contact our office if you would like such assistance The above is an informational summary and does not contain all of the specifics of the bill If you would like more specific information about the provisions of the bill please contact our office Kingsley Bogard LLP 50 Iron Point Circle Suite 110 Folsom CA 95630 916 932 2500 phone 916 932 2510 fax admin kblegal us Post navigation Next Previous Article List by Title Recent PERB Cases May Expand Right to Union Representation in Meetings Emergency Changes to Healthy Workplace Healthy Families Act Add Flexibility to Accrual of Paid Sick Leave Governor signed SB 277 which eliminates the personal belief exemption from student immunization requirements SB 272 Local Agency Data Inventory Department of Education Changes Maintenance of Effort Regulations Governing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Proposed Law Adds Clarification and Teeth to Illegal Pupil Fees Complaint Procedure Attorney Billing Statements Exempt from PRA Disclosure Trial Court Finds School Districts May Not Charge for Copies

    Original URL path: http://kblegal.us/ab-1266-update-transgender-students/?pfstyle=wp (2016-02-17)
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  • AB 1266 Update – Transgender Students |
    a referendum was circulated throughout California s 58 counties The referendum would have required the November 2014 electorate to vote on a repeal of the bill After a re count of the signatures obtained by the proponents of the referendum the Secretary of State s office determined that the referendum had failed As a result all school districts must move forward with implementation of AB 1266 Districts that have developed policies and procedures for implementation should continue to work toward full implementation of those policies and procedures Districts that have not created new policies and or procedures for implementation of AB 1266 should do so as soon as practicable Kingsley Bogard LLP can assist with preparation of policies and procedures to implement AB 1266 as well as communications to administrators employees and community members Please contact our office if you would like such assistance The above is an informational summary and does not contain all of the specifics of the bill If you would like more specific information about the provisions of the bill please contact our office Kingsley Bogard LLP 50 Iron Point Circle Suite 110 Folsom CA 95630 916 932 2500 phone 916 932 2510 fax admin kblegal us Post navigation Next Previous Article List by Title Recent PERB Cases May Expand Right to Union Representation in Meetings Emergency Changes to Healthy Workplace Healthy Families Act Add Flexibility to Accrual of Paid Sick Leave Governor signed SB 277 which eliminates the personal belief exemption from student immunization requirements SB 272 Local Agency Data Inventory Department of Education Changes Maintenance of Effort Regulations Governing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Proposed Law Adds Clarification and Teeth to Illegal Pupil Fees Complaint Procedure Attorney Billing Statements Exempt from PRA Disclosure Trial Court Finds School Districts May Not Charge for Copies

    Original URL path: http://kblegal.us/ab-1266-update-transgender-students/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Blog | Kingsley Bogard | Attorneys | Folsom, CA - Part 8
    enactment a referendum was circulated throughout California s 58 counties The referendum would require the November Read More E mail Print PDF Assembly Bill 218 Monday October 14 2013 Governor Brown has signed Assembly Bill 218 AB 218 AB 218 adds Section 432 9 to the California Labor Code The new law will become operative on July 1 2014 Section 432 9 prohibits any state or local agency from asking an applicant for employment to disclose orally or in writing any information concerning the conviction history Read More E mail Print PDF SB 751 Brown Act Tuesday October 1 2013 On September 6 2013 Governor Brown signed SB 751 into law This bill amends the Brown Act to state the legislative body of a local agency shall publicly report any action taken and the vote or abstention on that action of each member present for the action Gov Code 54953 c 2 According to the Bill Read More Posts navigation Older posts Newer posts More Articles Proposed Legislation Regarding Classified Employee Layoffs California Voting Rights Act Are Categorically Funded Certificated Hires Temporary Employees One to One Credential Match May be Required for Certificated Categorical Back Fill Temporary Employees Federal Law Broadens Accommodations for Lactating Employees Governor Vetoes Legislation Which Would Have Required Reimbursement for Impermissible Student Fees AB 165 Non Medical School Employees May Administer Antiseizure Medication SB 931 EERA Legal Advisor Prohibition Governor Indicates Layoffs are Still Okay After AB 114 State Budget Acts of 2011 and AB 114 Annual Parent Notices Are You in Compliance Classified Employees in Non Merit System Districts Who are Laid Off Must Serve a Probationary Period if They are Re Employed by the District in a Different Position Redevelopment Agencies Add Further Strain to District Budgets Keeping Options Open Budget Layoff and Negotiations

    Original URL path: http://kblegal.us/blog/page/8/ (2016-02-17)
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