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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
  • California Legislature Delivers a Little Hope to Improving California's Business Climate in the 2015 Legislative Session
    California has a well-deserved reputation as an unfriendly place to do business and create jobs. Our environmental and land use regulations are much more cumbersome and expensive than most other states. In addition, our business regulations and tax ...
    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