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  • PRODUCT LIABILITY: Uniformity or Calamity? Admitting Customs Evidence in Products Liability
    The decision by the California Supreme Court to grant review of Kim. V. Toyota Motor Corp. (2016) Cal.App.4th 1366 (" Kim ") may have a resounding impact on the admissibility of evidence in strict liability cases here in California. Prior to Kim , a split ...
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  • CONSTRUCTION LAW: Appellate Decision Has Far Reaching Implications for Construction Industry
    Subcontractors who supply and incorporate defective products into construction now may be held strictly liable for such conduct according to the Second Appellate District. The holding in the Hernandezcueva case stands a departure from establish precedent ...
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  • More Employer Considerations: An Update on Recent California Legislation
    In the recent General Election, California's voters were faced with numerous ballot measures ranging from the use of plastic bags, to determining the extent to which a corporation should be allowed to provide political contributions. While the most-recent ...
    Posted By Santa Clarita Attorney
  • Elections Do Have Consequences
    When you went to bed, or woke up, on November 9, you learned the shock that Donald Trump was our new President Elect and that the Republican Party had retained the majorities in both the House of Representatives and United States Senate. Most people ...
    Posted By Santa Clarita Attorney
  • LITIGATION: A Reasonable Way to Prove Loss of Future Earnings
    This past September a California Appellate Court affirmed a trial court's rejection of a $730,000.00 award for future earnings losses to an aspiring lawyer in a lawsuit against Cedars-Sinai Hospital because Plaintiff Dionna Licudine failed to prove her ...
    Posted By Los Angeles Attorney
  • TOXIC TORTS: EPA Seeks To Expand Nanoscale Reporting
    The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently submitted a final rule to the White House Office of Management & Budget that may impact chemical manufacturers nationwide, including those doing business here in California. Specifically, the ...
    Posted By Los Angeles Attorney