At the first presidential debate, Hillary Clinton expressed a desire for the United States to become the “clean energy superpower of the 21st century.”
In a surprising decision, the New Jersey Supreme Court found earlier this month that a township ordinance prohibiting digital billboards violated the free speech provisions of the U.S. and New Jersey constitutions.
As we approach the final income tax filing deadline of 2016, this is a reminder that income can often be earned in one jurisdiction but subject to tax in another.
Question: I recently contacted my condominium association asking to review various records since I have some serious questions about how things are being done.
Sixth Circuit Underscores Importance of Moving for a Stay After Entry of Judgment in Foreclosure Proceedings
On September 9, 2016, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued a decision that parties in foreclosure proceedings should read carefully.
The use of drones in the UK is rapidly increasing.
Uncertainty About an Agency’s Discretion to Determine Historical Significance for Purposes of CEQA is Finally Put to Rest
Resolving a long-standing debate, the court in Friends Of The Willow Glen Trestle v. City Of San Jose (H041563), 6th Dist. Aug. 12, 2016, ruled that San José’s determination that a railroad trestle bridge was not a historic resource was to be evaluated under the substantial evidence standard of review.
One Unanticipated Cost of Being an Owner-Builder in California: Liability for Retained Control Over Safety
Many times I hear from people who want to “save money” and serve as their own “owner-builder” under the exemption to the California Contractor’s Licensing law, which generally requires that any “construction” work over $500 to be performed by a licensed California contractor in the absence of an exemption.
Regulated industries like the cannabis industry require careful planning when drafting corporate governance documents.
Today’s consumer is a tricky one – she is impatient and demanding. She requires excellent service in the blink of an eye (or perhaps, more appropriately, in the swipe of a finger), and likes to eat meals made with high quality ingredients.