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October 16, 2019

Many business people may have heard that arbitration agreements can be useful tools to resolve business, employment and other kinds of disputes in an economical, fair way. And that's correct, to a point.

In the latest article of Primerus Paradigm, Managing Partner Willi...

October 26, 2018

Carla Hartley is speaking again this year on Employment and Labor Law Fundamentals for Health Care Attorneys for the American Health Lawyers Association.

October 26, 2018

Attorneys litigating heavy metal toxicity cases need to ask a series of questions. Has the plaintiff undergone a thorough toxicology evaluation? Has a urine test been conducted with a provoking agent? Have the results of a provoked urine test been compared to reference...

Read Anna Nagornaia and Michael Hewitt's recently published article describing the trademark battle between Starbucks and a local New York cafe.

January 3, 2018

Attorney John Dahlberg recently published a piece highlighting a few key points that those in the food, beverage and hospitality industry should be aware of regarding the furnishing of alcohol.  Read his latest piece here.   

December 13, 2017

Beginning January 1, 2018, the New Parent Leave Act will permit employees working at sites employing at least 20 employees within 75 miles to take up to 12 weeks of leave to bond with a new child. The new law expands the California Family Rights Act, which currently on...

December 12, 2017

Partner John Dahlberg's article on handling cases of trespass by individuals who are homeless was published in the most recent edition of California Grocer.  Read the full article here.

Originally published in the ABA Young Lawyer's Division IP Section Committee Newsletter, Fall 2017, Vol. 1 No. 1, which can be accessed in its entirety here.

In April of this year, Starbucks, Inc., one of  the most well-known coffee brands in the world, released a Unico...

October 25, 2017

Do you sell products into California?  Then products you are selling may contain materials that are subject to Proposition 65.  

The latest article from Partner Jack C. Henning discusses some of the implications of Proposition 65 for California and foreig...

October 19, 2017

Legal Update – Carla Hartley, one of the Partners at Dillingham & Murphy, LLP who specializes in employment law, discusses the implications of California’s recent ban on employers’ inquiries into applicants' pay history in her most recent post, which can be accesse...

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