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  • LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: California Legislature Will Impact Your Business More Than The Washington Noise
    All of the noise and chaos coming from Washington, D.C. and the Federal Government in the past 4 months, has made it very difficult for businesses to focus and know what steps to take to plan for their future. However, if you will take a breath and step ...
    Posted By Santa Clarita Attorney
  • EMPLOYMENT LAW: When Is an Employee's Resignation Not Really a "Resignation"
    The California legislature and judiciary have rendered some rather absurd new regulations and laws impacting business owners over the course of the last 20 years. So much so, that business owners have come to expect pro-employee and anti-employer decisions ...
    Posted By Santa Clarita Attorney
  • TRUCKING & TRANSPORTATION: Driverless Vehicle Regulations Cruise Forward
    California has greenlit developers of driverless vehicles to test their vehicles on California roads without a backup driver at the helm , possible as early as November of this year. The tentative directive came from the Department of Motor Vehicles ...
    Posted By Santa Clarita Attorney
  • LITIGATION: Discovering Social Media
    Individuals' willingness to share the details of their lives on social made has created a new source of evidence that has changed the way the legal community approaches discovery and the preservation and/or spoilage of evidence. People turn to their social ...
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  • CONSTRUCTION LAW: Public Contract Bidders Cannot Pursue Claims for Intentional Interference With Prospective Economic Advantage
    Between 2009 and 2012, defendant outbid plaintiffs on 23 public works contracts to apply slurry seal coating on various roadways in Southern California counties. Plaintiffs jointly sued defendant in all of those counties for intentional interference with ...
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  • TRUCKING & TRANSPORTATION: Driverless Vehicle Regulations Cruise Forward
    California has greenlit developers of driverless vehicles to test their vehicles on California roads without a backup driver at the helm , possible as early as November of this year. The tentative directive came from the Department of Motor Vehicles ...
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