Doctor holds up a vial of a COVID-19 vaccine set aside for teachers, thanks to California Governor Gavin Newsom

California Will Save 10% of its Vaccine Supply for Teachers Starting March 1

Debates over the reopening of schools in the Golden State continue to rage as parents, teachers, and administrators cannot seem to get on the same page. The latest news from the state’s office is a hard push to jump-start the reopening process for in-person learning. Specifically, California will save 10% of its vaccine supply for […]

Churches across California can now host indoor church services, thanks to revised guidelines from Governor Newsom.

Governor Newsom Issues Revised Guidelines for Indoor Church Services

The religious faithful of California can now return to indoor church services, following Governor Newsom’s revised guidelines. The changes are based on the Supreme Court’s decision to lift the California state ban on indoor worship during the pandemic. That decision does still allow for restrictions on singing and chanting, however. Ultimately, this ruling represents the […]

Female small business owner stands in front of her bar, wearing gloves and a face mask.

LA County Launches Loan Program for Small Businesses Today

The Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) launches the Small Business Stabilization Loan Program today, January 28th, 2021. Clearly, the pandemic is wreaking havoc on businesses small and large. Therefore, LA County is choosing to act (whether it is too late remains to be seen). As California continues to grapple with the ever-changing landscape for businesses, […]

Updated Emergency Order Regarding Unlawful Detainer Actions

We have received a lot of questions about the state of unlawful detainer (evictions) proceedings in California. A previous blog addressed Governor Newsom’s order about bringing post-COVID-19 unlawful detainer actions. That post described the order as setting a minimum standard for commencing unlawful detainer actions. It also stated that stricter measures could be imposed by […]