EMPLOYMENT LAW: California's New Parental Leave Law
Effective January 1, 2018, a slew of new laws will take effect imposing further requirements on already burdened employers. One amongst the many is the New Parent Leave Act, codified at California Government Code §12945.6. While similar to the California ...
Posted By Michael R. Fostakowsky
SAVE THE DATE - FEBRUARY 20, 2018 - ANNUAL EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE LUNCH WITH POOLE & SHAFFERY, LLP
The Valley Industry Association (VIA) will once again be hosting Poole & Shaffery, LLP for the 2018 Employment Law Update, presented by Brian Koegle and David Poole, which will provide insight on legal matters affecting California businesses in 2018. ...
Posted By Poole & Shaffery, LLP
BUSINESS LITIGATION: Managing Your Attorney in a Business Dispute
Most people justifiably assume that when they hire an attorney to represent their interests in a lawsuit over a business dispute, that the attorney is on “their side.” In most cases, that is a safe assumption . . . at least when it comes to the arena in ...
TOXIC TORT: Monsanto Received Boost from EPA and JNCI Study Ahead of Crucial Daubert Hearing
In the aftermath of last month’s encouraging publication in the Journal of National Cancer Institute (“JNCI”); which concluded that there was no firm link between exposure to the pesticide glyphosate and the development of cancer in humans, the federal ...
Posted By Jason A. Benkner
TRANSPORTATION: THE COST OF DOING BUSINESS FOR THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY IN THE AGE OF ELECTRONIC LOGS
A bumpy road lies ahead for the trucking industry with the newly-implemented Electronic Log Device (“ELD”) mandate. The rule requires most trucks (and commercial busses) to be equipped with electronic logs that record a driver’s time behind the wheel. Per ...