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The Daily Prep List 4.26.2023

Labor

Laying down the law on layoffs

Politico California Playbook PM 4/25

RIGHT TO RECALL: Layoffs are in the news and on a lot of people’s minds as the possibility of a recession looms. They’re on the minds of some in the Legislature, as well.

New Analysis: California State Data Show A.B. 1228 Unfairly Targets Franchisee-Owned Restaurants

Employment Policies Institute 4/25

Arlington, VA – Today, the Employment Policies Institute (EPI) released an updated analysis of California wage claim data related to fast food restaurants and franchisee-owned establishments.

Food Industry Policy

A new California bill could save outdoor dining as we know it

Spectrum News 4/25

In San Diego they’re called “seateries.” In L.A they’re called “parklets.”

California Restaurant Association Defeats Natural Gas Ban in Berkeley

Modern Restaurant Management 4/25

On April 17, 2023, a panel of judges in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal held that the City of Berkeley’s regulation prohibiting the installation of natural gas piping within newly constructed buildings was preempted by the federal Energy Policy and Conservation Act (“EPCA”).

On the Side

COVID-19 emptied California’s downtowns: S.F. still reeling but San Diego rebounds

Los Angeles Times 4/26

One of the biggest questions facing California‘s largest cities in the last few years has been how their downtowns will rebound from the pandemic.

Meet the Dynamic Duo Behind 6 of San Diego’s Best Restaurants

Locale Magazine 4/26

Ever wondered what it takes to make it in the hospitality industry? It can certainly be a grind, but Pete Cich and Rob McShea are two industry veterans that have more than 20 years of experience under their belts.

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