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  • LITIGANTS BARRED FROM HAVING THEIR CAKE AND EATING IT TOO
    Like many civil litigation firms, when our office is retained to defend a civil action, one of our first tasks is to perform a basic investigation into the background of the plaintiff. With increasing frequency, these investigations are revealing that the ...
    Posted By Valencia Attorney
  • WHAT IF THE GOVERNMENT WANTS TO TAKE YOUR PROPERTY?
    Most property owners are aware that the government can take their property for a public purpose (California Constitution Section 19 (a) "Private property may be taken or damaged for a public use and only when just compensation, ascertained by a jury unless ...
    Posted By Valencia Attorney
  • FOR CALIFORNIA EMPLOYERS SILENCE IS GOLDEN
    For California employers, silence is a valuable, yet underrated, asset in certain situations. You terminate Employee X for stealing from the company. You did a thorough investigation on the matter and have plenty of documentation which you believe proves ...
    Posted By Valencia Attorney
  • Draft of the Federal Toxic Substances Control Act is Currently Under Discussion in Congress
    A reform draft of the federal Toxic Substances Control Act ("TSCA") is currently a topic of discussion in the United States House of Representatives Subcommittee on Energy and Commerce. The TSCA, which was enacted in 1976, regulates industrial chemicals ...
    Posted By Los Angeles Attorney
  • Dutch Health & Safety Committee Recommends Lower Benzene Limits
    In a report published by The Hague in February 2014, the Dutch Expert Committee on Occupational Safety (DECOS) recommended that European countries significantly reduce their exposure limits for benzene, from 1 part per million (1 ppm) to 0.2 ppm, as an ...
    Posted By Los Angeles Attorney