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  • Desperate Housewives' Employment Lawsuit May Last As Long As Series
    The California Court of Appeals recently held that an employee is not required to exhaust her administrative remedies by filing a complaint with the Labor Commissioner before commencing a civil action under California Labor Code § 6310, which protects ...
    Posted By Santa Clarita Attorney
  • Ringing in 2016 with New Employment Laws
    As we say goodbye to 2015 and ring in 2016, business owners around California are preparing to comply with a bevy of new laws passed by the state legislature. With 877 new laws signed by Governor Brown this year alone – many of which are applicable to ...
    Posted By Santa Clarita Attorney
  • Processed Meats May Become a Focal Point for Future Proposition 65 Litigation
    In October 2015, the World Health Organization ("WHO") released a study finding that processed meats such as salami and bacon can increase the likelihood of colorectal cancer in humans. As a result of these findings, the State of California is reportedly ...
    Posted By Los Angeles Attorney
  • Court of Appeal Affirmatively Establishes the Components of the Component Parts Doctrine
    A recent unanimous decision by a California appellate court reversed summary judgment in favor of a defendant in a benzene exposure case after finding that the defendant failed to satisfy the first element of the component parts doctrine. In Brady v. ...
    Posted By Los Angeles Attorney