Re: California AB-2257 (from 2020) - effect on/affected by other contract law ?
Thank you, Robert. I tried reading the text of the bill, and could only discern that I am happy not to be working in Cafilornia or for anything that seems to be there. It looks like you have found the parts the continue to allow contract tech writing, at least temporarily.
Perhaps each writer should hire a specialist lawyer, full time, for advice on these matters. "My rate for tech writing? That's $355 per hour. $300 of that is for my lawyer."
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