Law Firm Launces Website Addressing Impact of Living Wage

Law Firm Launces Website Addressing Impact of Living Wage

Harding, Larmore, Kutcher & Kozal

Santa Monica, CA -- In July 2001, the City of Santa Monica adopted the first municipal minimum wage law in the United States. But business owners gathered enough community support to place the minimum wage on the ballot so the city's voters will ultimately decide its fate. A new website now features news, research, links, and commentary about the impact on business of Santa Monica's living wage law. The site was created by the law firm of Harding, Larmore, Kutcher & Kozal.

Harding, Larmore, Kutcher & Kozal is a well recognized and authoritative voice for the business community on all aspects of the living wage debate. Attorney Tom Larmore is a frequently quoted source for the news media, providing an even-handed perspective on this evolving issue.

Related Link: Harding, Larmore, Kutcher & Kozal Living Wage Resource Center

For more information contact:

Francie Murphy
Harding, Larmore, Kutcher & Kozal
1250 Sixth Street, Suite 300
Santa Monica
CA 90401-1602

Phone: (858) 350-5152
Email: [email protected]

Posted October 3, 2001

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