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  • Real Estate Law: What Is a New Tenant to Do?
    Les See was ready to move his business out of his garage and into a real commercial space. Les found a vacant storefront and contacted the owner, Lana Lord, about leasing the space. Lana told Les the monthly rent amount, which Les thought seemed ...
    Posted By Chris S. Jacobsen
  • Data Privacy Law: The California Consumer Privacy Act is Coming! What You Need to Know to Protect Your Business
    On June 28, 2018, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. Authored by Assemblyman Ed Chau (D – Arcadia), the California Consumer Privacy Act is heralded as the toughest and most comprehensive law ever enacted to ...
    Posted By Michael S. Little
  • Employment Law: New Laws Look to Expand Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
    Just six months ago, the California legislature expanded sexual harassment training to include subjects based on gender identity, expression and sexual orientation. Now, before many companies have even been able to update their handbooks or begin training ...
    Posted By Michael R. Fostakowsky
  • Poole Shaffery Congratulates Lisa Odom on Being Named Board President of the Santa Clarita Non-Profit Single Mothers Outreach
    Poole Shaffery congratulates its partner M. Lisa Odom on being named the new Board President of Single Mothers Outreach, a Santa Clarita non-profit that focuses on empowering single parents and their children by providing various resources and ...
    Posted By M. Lisa Odom
  • Personal Injury: State Courts Expand Role of Social Media in Litigation
    In 2019, it is estimated that there will be around 2.77 billion social media users around the globe. Social media affects the the way we work, the way we live, the way we socialize, and more recently, the way we litigate. As more and more courts across the ...
    Posted By Silviana Dumitrescu