ALERT: California Attorney General Issuing Letters to Agricultural Operations Requesting COVID-19 Documentation and Related Policies

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Agricultural employers should be on alert for letters issuing from the California Attorney General’s office requesting documentation and information on COVID-19 and related policies.  A copy of one such letter is attached here.  If you received one of these letters, DO NOT RESPOND UNTIL YOU SPEAK WITH COUNSEL.  This is being orchestrated by California Rural Legal Assistance (“CRLA”), an aggressive and litigious workers’ rights law firm.  The Saqui Law Group and other industry partners and leaders are meeting this week to discuss and strategize how to respond.  Look for further E-blasts on this topic soon.

COUNSEL TO MANAGEMENT:

If you receive one of these letters from the Attorney General, do not respond without direction from counsel.  Contact the Saqui Law Group if you have questions about your companies COVID-19 response policies and practices.

By: The Saqui Law Group

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