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The California Supreme Court Rejects the De Minimis Doctrine: Why Every California Employer Should be Concerned

The California Supreme Court recently ruled in Troester v. Starbucks Corporation that the de minimis doctrine found in the federal Fair Labor Standards Act is not incorporated into California law. The Supreme Court’s denial of the application of the de minimis doctrine in this case means businesses may be exposed to liability for employees’ uncompensated […]

Supervised Visitation Guidelines

Supervised child visitation can present unique challenges for both the parents and children involved in the process. Both the custodial and noncustodial parent have responsibilities that they must meet in order to ensure that they comply with the terms of court ordered visitation. Navigating the process of monitored child visitation can be an experience that […]

What is a Commercial Dispute?

No business wants to be involved in a commercial dispute. Commercial disputes can arise out of a variety of situations, from contract violations, intellectual property infringement, or any number of other situations that result in the potential for legal action for the business clients and parties involved. The wide range of events that can give […]

How the 2019 Tax Law May Affect You

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed in 2017, represents a substantial reform of existing tax legislation. Under the new tax law for 2019, a number of slated changes will impact everything from what your tax rate is to what kinds of tax deductions you can claim, and may even impact your divorce. Many individuals […]

What is Environmental Law?

Environmental protections enshrined in law protect our nation’s natural resource, but environmental laws are a relatively new development in our nation’s history. Environmental laws and the regulatory structures that enforce them have developed as we, as a nation, have collectively recognized that pollution and environmental contamination can pose a threat to our safety, health, and […]

What is a Toxic Tort Lawyer?

Toxic tort lawyers fulfill an important role in our justice system by holding polluters and manufacturers of toxic materials accountable and recovering damages for the victims of environmental pollution. Despite this important role, many people remain in the dark regarding what toxic tort is and what toxic tort attorneys do. In this article, we’ll explore […]

What is Non Economic Loss?

When dealing with non economic loss, it’s important to arm yourself with the proper knowledge and insight first. Before diving in though, we must mention that non economic loss can be a touchy subject and is very different from basic economic loss. Legally speaking, this is because non economic loss requires a different kind of […]

Types of Economic Loss

When discussing economic loss, it’s important that you fully understand the basic meaning as well as the defining components that categorizes a case into such boundaries. Before getting started, know that many factors go into an economic loss case, and it can be challenging at times to come to a clear solution. That’s why we […]

Can I Buy a House Before My Divorce is Final?

While it is common for one spouse to require a new home after separation, it is unfortunately also common for divorcing spouses to attempt to dispute or hide marital assets out of a perceived need for self-preservation or even for revenge. The Family Code protects against this latter occurrence through a set of “automatic temporary […]