California Legislation And Regulation To Watch In 2022

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By Dorothy Atkins (January 3, 2022, 12:02 PM EST) — Attorneys expect California’s regulatory agencies to crack down on data privacy violations and crimes against retailers in 2022, while state lawmakers are likely to have their hands full securing federal funding created by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and meeting green-energy goals.

Jenner & Block LLP partner Ann O’Leary told Law360 that California’s budget and economy are “extraordinarily sound,” with a $31 billion surplus largely attributable to major California-based technology companies, which contribute to the public coffers through capital gains taxes and the income taxes paid by tech employees.

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