Jon Welner wrote the article “How many millions could “Prevailing Wage” cost your hotel?” which was published on HotelLawyer.com.
In 2015 the California State Legislature passed AB 219, a bill that extends California prevailing wage requirements to ready mixed concrete suppliers, effective July 1, 2016. The new law represents a sea-change in California prevailing wage law. Previously, the law required only contractors working on “public works” to pay the “prevailing wage” specified by the […]
Guest Juice: Ag Elbows Renewables By Jon Welner This article was posted by California Current on April 6, 2012 California’s rural landscapes are some of the most productive farmlands in the world. However, some of the qualities that make these lands suitable for farming–sunshine and wide open spaces–also make them attractive for another kind of […]
Jon Welner’s article, “BCDC Approves New Schedule for Finalizing and Adopting Climate Change Amendment to the SF Bay Plan,” appeared in the Land Use Law Update in April 2011.
Jon Welner’s article discussing the impact of proposed California Green House Gas regulations, “Paved With Good Intentions” appeared in Electric Light & Power, in the July/August issue of 2008.
Jon Welner’s article, “New ‘Brownfields Exemption’ for Prevailing Wages Will Help Developers of Contaminated Property,” appeared in a client alert in January 2008.