With the improving real estate economy, there have been an influx of new large development projects throughout California.
For the past several years, California’s Legislature has actively sought to regulate unmanned aerial systems (“UAS”), including, but not only, through privacy-related legislation.
Nearly everyday I hear from a Trust or Will beneficiary that they have been threatened with the No-Contest clause by their Trustee or Executor.
It is no secret that California is no friend to arbitration agreements.
One of this blog’s most popular posts has been 24 Questions to Ask Before Terminating an Employee.
This Friday’s Five discusses five issues California employers should remember about whether they may require credit checks from applicants or employees.
In a unanimous decision handed down by the California Supreme Court yesterday afternoon in Fluor Corporation v. Superior Court, the court removed a significant obstacle facing companies that want to assign their interests in a third party insurance policy to a successor company as part of a corporate restructuring or sale.
Companies and employers around the country seek to protect their intellectual property by, among other things, using non-compete provisions in employment agreements.
If you have been reading major California newspapers over the past few weeks, you have seen a number of stories about a “monster” El Niño event headed our way this winter.