By Joseph Lovretovich | November 29, 2023
Even as California's at-will doctrine continues to be narrowed, employers can take steps to preserve the presumption of at-will status for their employees, according to Joe Lovretovich of Signature Resolution.
By David Carpenter, Gillian H. Clow, and Brooke H. Bolender | November 28, 2023
Businesses should spend the time to make sure they are compliant with California's Automatic Renewal Law and the road to cancellation for users is clearly paved, according to Alston & Bird's David Carpenter, Gillian H. Clow, and Brooke H. Bolender.
By Joshua Spivak and David A. Carrillo | November 27, 2023
A proposal seeking to change Alameda County's recall law, linking recall procedure to state law may. might create rather than solve problems, dilute the local electorate's direct democracy powers, and cede local control to the state, according to Joshua Spivak and David A. Carrillo of Berkeley Law's California Constitution Center.
By David Wright | November 27, 2023
When a party is subject to a consent or capacity issue that may impair their ability to understand and execute the settlement agreement, it is incumbent on the mediator and attorneys to take all appropriate steps to protect the party's interests, according to Alternative Resolution Centers' David Wright.
By Robert Roth | November 21, 2023
Attorneys might not realize the second paragraph section 170.6(a)(2) provides that either party can exercise an additional peremptory challenge against the trial judge, according to Robert Roth of the Complex Appellate Litigation Group.
By Peter Stockburger | November 17, 2023
A recent executive order represents a significant step by the U.S. federal government in an effort to leverage the promise and mitigate the peril of artificial intelligence, according to Dentons' Peter Stockburger.
By Teresa Bonder and Jamie George | November 16, 2023
Alston & Bird's Teresa Bonder and Jamie George share what can companies do to protect themselves when collaboration ends in conflict and termination is inevitable.
By Brook Dooley and Cody Gray | November 15, 2023
The docket is a work-in-progress and there are still plenty of cases that should be of interest to lawyers practicing in the white-collar space, according to Keker's Brook Dooley and Cody Gray.
By Keith Zullow and Yoko Bian | November 14, 2023
"Reputable commercial funders like LFG remain passive in disputes in which they have invested," Law Finance Group's Brendan Dyer told Goodwin's Keith Zullow and Yoko Bian.
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