Los Angeles and COVID-19: New County and City Measures In Place
Pooja S. Nair, Chair of ECJ’s Food, Beverage and Hospitality Department, recently published an article in the Los Angeles Daily Journal titled, "Los Angeles and COVID-19: New County and City Measures In Place".
As the state of California is setting new restrictions, issuing statewide mandates and pulling the "emergency brake" on reopening rollbacks, Los Angeles County has also adopted new ordinances in regards to COVID-19. Some of the new ordinances include curfew and capacity restrictions and permitting businesses to refuse service to anyone entering the premises without a face covering. The LA County Board of Supervisors has approved a recommendation to allow restaurants, breweries and wineries to charge customers with a temporary "COVID-19 Recovery Charge" for on-site dining.
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Pooja is a business litigator and problem solver with a focus on the food and beverage sector. She advises food and beverage clients, startups and other businesses on a comprehensive range of issues, including employment, trade secrets, partnership disputes, contract negotiations and intellectual property.