The City of Los Angeles is not making it easy for employers operating within city limits.
Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism are typically cited as the major religions of the world, although there are many others that have tens of millions of adherents or more.
Yesterday, we addressed the areas of law comprising the California Supreme Court’s criminal docket between 2000 and 2002.
Developing real property in California is notoriously difficult. Given minimal standing requirements, project opponents can and do tie up and delay new development for the mere cost of a filing fee.
For the last two-plus years, we have been waiting for guidance from the California Supreme Court on whether public agencies could utilize the statutory “right of entry” procedure to gain access to private property to conduct investigations and testing.
Federal Judge in California Denies Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss in Consumer Class Action Over Weight Prevention Claims
Bailey et al v. Kind, LLC, No. 8:16-cv-168 (C.D. Cal.): The Court denied Defendant’s motion to dismiss this putative class action asserting violations of California and New York’s consumer protection statutes, as well as claims of fraud, negligent misrepresentation, unjust enrichment, and breach of the express and implied warranty of merchantability.
Although some version of the Uniform Trade Secrets Act (“UTSA”) has widely been adopted by most states, including California, variations among the versions and related judicial interpretation has led to uncertainty—particularly in today’s interstate economy where trade secrets and misappropriation easily may cross multiple states.
As we’ve blogged about before, many cities in California have increased their minimum wage, effective July 1st.
Implementation of the MMRSA and the impending vote on the AUMA, are causing big changes to California’s cannabis industry and creating all sorts of new regulatory and business pitfalls for cannabis businesses.
Last week, we began a close look at the areas of law decided by the California Supreme Court in its civil and criminal dockets.