Bloomberg Law
Aug. 6, 2020, 7:23 PMUpdated: Aug. 7, 2020, 4:08 AM

Apparel Company Vows to Comply With L.A. Subpoena (Corrected)

Maeve Allsup
Maeve Allsup
Legal Reporter

The City of Los Angeles filed a petition to enforce compliance with a subpoena issued to garment maker Los Angeles Apparel regarding its pay and sick leave policies after more than 300 employees in a downtown factory tested positive for Covid-19, the city alleged.

The petition follows a recent order by the Department of Public Health that the company, which recently switched to making face masks, cease operations.

The city of Los Angeles, through its petition filed Wednesday in state court, seeks to enforce the fashion retailer’s compliance with a subpoena dated July 16 and served the following day, for ...

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