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By Ashley Vivier, David Prager
California has traditionally permitted a broad scope of discovery under the theory that discovery allows parties to ascertain the strength of their case prior to trial.
By Melissa Griffin, David Prager
Proposed California Assembly Bill 1209, if passed in its present form, will require companies to have information regarding gender pay differentials published on the Internet.
By Christopher Ng
If you are a specialty trade contractor, material supplier or other potential lien or bond claimant, you've undoubtedly faced this dilemma: "The customer will only release payment...
By Christopher Ng
It is widely known that if you want to conduct business in the State of California using a fictitious business name, you must properly register your fictitious business name.
By Ashley Vivier, David Prager
Over the past few years, California has gradually limited the ability of employers to utilize criminal records and background checks in making employment decisions.
By David Prager
As we've discussed previously, cities across the state have recently enacted ordinances increasing the minimum wages and the amount of paid sick leave available to employees above the state-wide minimums.
By Christopher Ng
What should you do when you receive a check from a customer for an amount less than your total claim, but the check is marked with a "payment in full" or similar restrictive notation?
By Victor F. Luke
This focuses on Public Contract Code § 9204, the new law requiring a minimum claims resolution procedure for claims arising in public contracts ("Section 9204").
By David Prager
In April 2016, amendments to California's Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) that require employers to maintain detailed, written anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies went into effect.
By Michael B. Geibel
In DeSaulles v. Community Hospital (March 10, 2016) case no. S219236, the Supreme Court has weighed in with what it calls a "default" rule regarding which party may be entitled to costs...