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Sexual Harassment on the Job [Infographic]

Jun
18, 2018

Sexual harassment can take on different forms, such as verbal or physical, and can happen to anyone. It is a violation of the California Fair Employment & Housing Act (FEHA), and individuals who feel their rights have been violated can file a complaint with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (a required step before [Read More]

Sexual harassment can take on different forms, such as verbal or physical, and can happen to anyone. It is a… [Read More]

Pro-Plaintiff SCOTUS Decision Stops Clock for State Claims Pending in Federal Court

May
31, 2018

On January 22, 2018, in a pro-plaintiff decision reversing the D.C. Court of Appeals, the U.S. Supreme Court held that statutes of limitations for state claims are suspended while those claims are pending in federal court. In Artis v. District of Columbia, the Court ruled in favor of petitioner Stephanie Artis, a D.C. health inspector who [Read More]

On January 22, 2018, in a pro-plaintiff decision reversing the D.C. Court of Appeals, the U.S. Supreme Court held that statutes… [Read More]

#TimesUp Should Not Time Out: Taking a Stand to End Sexual Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation

Mar
28, 2018

Recent movements, such as #TimesUp and #MeToo, have called for an end to sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the workplace spawning from a bevy of allegations against Hollywood moguls and others.  The claimants have helped put into the public eye the magnitude and pervasiveness of these issues within the entertainment industry. They have also [Read More]

Recent movements, such as #TimesUp and #MeToo, have called for an end to sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the… [Read More]

Important Issues to Be Aware of When Riding with Uber and Lyft

Mar
22, 2018

Both Uber and Lyft currently provide $1 million in primary liability coverage for any damage a driver may cause to others (e.g., a pedestrian struck in a crosswalk), as well as $1 million in underinsured motorist coverage for passengers in the Uber itself. Unfortunately, if there are significant injuries resulting from an accident involving an [Read More]

Both Uber and Lyft currently provide $1 million in primary liability coverage for any damage a driver may cause to… [Read More]

Will Automated Cars Change the Personal Injury Practice?

Mar
9, 2018

A growing number of car companies are providing automated driving and safety features in their new vehicles to help avoid/prevent accidents, including collision avoidance features such as electronic blind-spot monitoring, automated braking, and lane-keeping systems. It appears that automated driving and safety technologies (which are currently filtering their way into the car market) are going [Read More]

A growing number of car companies are providing automated driving and safety features in their new vehicles to help avoid/prevent… [Read More]

What Wildfire Victims Need to Know About Recovering Losses

Mar
7, 2018

Have you been affected by the recent Northern or Southern California wildfires? If so, you may be able to recover monetary compensation for: Personal injury Personal property damage Damage or loss of residential structures Cost of evacuation Loss of earnings Even if you have homeowners insurance, it might not be sufficient to cover your losses. [Read More]

Have you been affected by the recent Northern or Southern California wildfires? If so, you may be able to recover… [Read More]

Rise of the On-Demand Economy & Its Impact on Workers and Consumers

Feb
9, 2018

The on-demand economy has infiltrated our everyday lives, spanning across industries and changing the way we do nearly everything, from hailing transportation and ordering food, to in-home beauty services. The business model for these on-demand companies, like Uber and Lyft, has prompted a change in the way they “employ” and deploy their workforce. This has [Read More]

The on-demand economy has infiltrated our everyday lives, spanning across industries and changing the way we do nearly everything, from… [Read More]

The Growing Issues of Jury Internet Access

Feb
5, 2018

Internet access is everywhere so the likelihood that jurors will refrain from looking up case facts, evidence, and even the attorneys involved while serving on a trial is slim to none. In fact, in two recent mediations, the mediator Googled something on her own and raised the issue with us.  It went something like, “hey, [Read More]

Internet access is everywhere so the likelihood that jurors will refrain from looking up case facts, evidence, and even the… [Read More]

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Sexual harassment can take on different forms, such as verbal or physical, and can happen to anyone. It is a…
On January 22, 2018, in a pro-plaintiff decision reversing the D.C. Court of Appeals, the U.S. Supreme Court held that statutes…
Recent movements, such as #TimesUp and #MeToo, have called for an end to sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the…
Both Uber and Lyft currently provide $1 million in primary liability coverage for any damage a driver may cause to…
A growing number of car companies are providing automated driving and safety features in their new vehicles to help avoid/prevent…
Have you been affected by the recent Northern or Southern California wildfires? If so, you may be able to recover…
The on-demand economy has infiltrated our everyday lives, spanning across industries and changing the way we do nearly everything, from…
Internet access is everywhere so the likelihood that jurors will refrain from looking up case facts, evidence, and even the…
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