Prop 19: I Voted For What?

There are winners and loser in every piece of legislation. On this past election day, a slim majority of California voters passed Proposition 19.  The winners: firefighters who will receive funds from the projected new tax revenue; and wildfire victims, severely disabled, and homeowners over 55 who wish to move within California....

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Enforcing Changes to Company Policy Handbooks

Whether a claim is subject to arbitration is one of the most hotly contested
litigation topics. Employers often have an interest in protecting themselves from protracted litigation by seeking to streamline the process through arbitration.


Use of Employee Handbooks


Arbitration clauses are frequently found in written employment...

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The Legal Issues of Employee Protestors

We live in politically charged times.  Protests against police brutality initiated after the deaths of George Floyd and other people of color have touched every major city in this country.  These occur at a time when our country is already becoming more divided in a particularly contentious election year. Adding to this...

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