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  • Trademarks Part II
    Now that you have a trademark in mind, consider how you might protect it. Editor's Note: this article is a follow-up to John Shaffery's February 21, 2017 article titled "Trademark Selection and Federal Registration" in which Mr. Shaffery addresses the ...
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  • One Hundred Hostile Hugs
    In the recent 9 th Circuit decision, Zetwick v. County of Yolo, the plaintiff, a county correctional officer alleged that her supervisor, the county sheriff, created a hostile work environment. Her primary complaint was that her supervisor hugged too much. ...
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  • Fourth Appellate District Strictly Construes Time Limits of the Right to Repair Act
    Builders, when confronted with insufficient notices of claim under the California Right to Repair Act (S.B. 800 or Civil Code Section 895, et seq .), have been faced with a dilemma of either respond to the notice and start the timing considerations of the ...
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  • Trumping Regulations, Vol. 2: ELD Mandate Likely Moving Forward
    Last month we reported that the regulatory freeze imposed by the White House left an aura of uncertainty over the future of pending regulatory initiatives which were set to go into effect this year. In follow up, this month we report that the regulatory ...
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  • DuPont's Multi-Million Dollar Chemical Exposure Settlement
    In February of 2017, DuPont reached terms on a $670.7 million settlement in resolution of 3,550 personal injury lawsuits by plaintiffs in Ohio and West Virginia. Chemours, a spin-off company of DuPont in 2015, is responsible to pay for half of the total ...
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