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By Doug Dexter, Claire Johnson
The Court also clarified the extent of an employer's obligation to ensure their employees take a day of rest.
By Robert Hines, Ashley Breakfield
The future of California's cap-and-trade program looks a little brighter, thanks to a 2-1 vote of the Court of Appeal for the Third Appellate District on April 6.
By Janice Reicher
A dispute in California federal court over whether Google must turn over documents stored overseas in response to a search warrant may have major implications for white collar practitioners and their clients.
By Tyler Gerking
While I wrote this article for a wine industry audience, the information in it is relevant to every company that is in any way connected to the internet.
By Claire Johnson
In January of this year, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) brought suit against Taiwan-based D-Link Corp. and its U.S. subsidiary, D-Link Systems Inc, in Los Angeles Federal Court...
By Doug Dexter, Chandra Russell
An employer's refusal to accept a former employee's resignation rescission request is not an adverse employment action under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA).
By Jessica Nall
In the present uncertain legal and regulatory environment, the role of shareholder activists in scrutinizing corporate behavior seems to be gaining steam
By John J. Gregory, Ashley Breakfield
Parties acquiring and developing property must make sure that their environmental due diligence process includes a thorough assessment of VI risks.
By Doug Dexter, Elizabeth Toledo
Considering criminal records when making employment decisions has long been the subject of scrutiny, and will soon be governed by new California regulations.
By Dennis M. Cusack
Are communications among a client, a third party, such as an insurance broker, and the client's attorney privileged?
By Erica Villanueva, Nathan Anderson
On October 6, the California Supreme Court heard oral argument in Los Angeles Board of Supervisors v. Superior Court, a case that we have blogged about twice in the past because of its possible impact on policyholders.
By Doug Dexter
California Governor Jerry Brown concluded the 2016 Legislative Session by signing several bills affecting employment relationships.
By David Lazerwitz, Chris Locke, Brennan Bentley
Federal and state government mandates and incentives, combined with technological advances, have dramatically increased renewable energy sources during the past decade.
By Skip Spaulding, Brennan Bentley
In December 2016, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) issued new regulations that provide an important mechanism for renewable energy, transmission line and other development projects...
By Eugene Mar, Winston Liaw
December has been a hot month for IP law, with important developments in several cases that may significantly impact your intellectual property prosecution and enforcement strategies.
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