On September 30th, Governor Newsom signed several bills that will go into effect on January 1, 2023. During the webinar, we will discuss each bill and how these bills will impact California employers. Additionally, we will provide updates on other important matters and legislative updates.
- New Bills
- AB 1751 extends a previous rebuttable presumption established for workers’ compensation purposes for COVID-19
- AB 2693 extends the statutory COVID-19 notice requirements until Jan. 1, 2024
- AB 152 which extends COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave
- SB 1127 also significantly expands statutory presumptions for law enforcement.
- Post-Pandemic/COVID-19 – Do we still need to worry about it?
- Recap of COVID-19 legislation – LC 3212.87 and 3212.88
- Employer’s requirements concerning reporting
- Exposure in the civil arena
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John Geyer, Firm Managing Partner
John V. Geyer is the Managing Partner of LFLM. He began working as an Associate Attorney in the Sacramento office immediately after taking the bar exam in 1993. Mr. Geyer became a Partner in 2001 and 2007, Mr. Geyer became the Managing Partner of the Sacramento office.
In December 2014, Mr. Geyer moved to the Oakland office to begin transitioning into the firm’s Managing Partner role, which he still holds today. Mr. Geyer has devoted his entire career to defending the interests of employers, insurers, and third-party administrators in state workers’ compensation matters, §132a claims, and Serious and Willful Misconduct claims.
Seeta Ambati, San Jose Office Managing Partner
Seeta Ambati is the Managing Partner of the San Jose office. She initially joined LFLM in 2001 as an Associate Attorney and took on the role of Managing Partner in the San Jose Office in 2009. Ms. Ambati represents insurance companies, third-party administrators, self-insured employers, and public agencies in all state workers’ compensation defense areas.