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  • Employment Law:California Employers Should Begin Bundling Up For A Long, Cold Winter
    “Oh, the weather outside is frightful . . . “ While these traditional holiday song lyrics don’t always ring true in sunny California, the climate for business owners in the state has continued a steady decline into downright frigid temperatures in recent ...
    Posted By Brian Koegle
  • Employment Law: How Will the November Elections Impact Business Issues in 2019?
    The November 6, 2018 Statewide Election just occurred and the voter turnout was the highest in recent memory with millions of ballots either turned in on election day or received in the mail by the November 9 deadline. The results show that the Republican ...
    Posted By Hunt C. Braly
  • Business Law: How to... Spend All Your Money on Attorneys
    So, you and your business partners want to help ensure that all of the time, energy, and money you have invested into creating a successful venture will lead to a fight among yourselves and tens (or hundreds) of thousands of dollars in litigation expenses? ...
    Posted By Samuel R.W. Price
  • Employment Law: Hold the Phone: Court of Appeal Rejects Employer Vicarious Liability for Employee's Off-Duty Driving Accident
    In the recently decided Ayon v. Esquire Deposition Solutions, LLC (Cal. Ct. App., Sept. 21, 2018, No. G054578)( Ayon ), a Court of Appeals held that an employer defendant, Esquire Deposition Solutions (“Esquire”), a court reporting service, was not ...
    Posted By Cecilie E. Read
  • Employer Not Liable for Employee Driving Accident
    In the recently decided Ayon v. Esquire Deposition Solutions, LLC (Cal. Ct. App., Sept. 21, 2018, No. G054578)( Ayon ), a Court of Appeals held that an employer defendant, Esquire Deposition Solutions (“Esquire”), a court reporting service, was not ...
    Posted By Cecilie E. Read
  • 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