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Expert Advice

October 2017

Protecting Customer Lists as Trade Secrets

California law recognizes some customer lists as trade secrets. But not all of them.

By Mark Punzalan and Stephen Stanwood

October 2017

Looking Back at ‘Daubert’

Almost 25 years ago, a key U.S. Supreme Court decision set the standard for the admissibility of expert testimony in federal court. An expert looks back on that venerable precedent.

By Frank Wisehart

October 2017

Experts, Hearsay, and the ‘Sanchez’ Case

The California Supreme Court has clarified when an expert can rely on hearsay—and when the expert can tell a jury about it.

By David A. Shimkin

September 2017

Send a Raven: More CEQA Litigation is Coming

The California Environmental Quality Act sometimes conflicts with federal law. And sometimes not.

By John D. Darling and Jennifer Tung

September 2017

Using a Restricted Stock Agreement

When business owners plan for the future of their business, they should consider a well-defined stock transfer agreement.

By William L. Porter

August 2017

IRS Statute of Limitations: Tricks & Traps

By Robert W. Wood

July 2017

Civil Challenges to Cannabis Businesses in Legal States

Although selling cannabis is legal in several states—but still a crime under federal law—a recent case may mark a new trend: private, civil lawsuits to attack businesses engaged in the marijuana industry.

By Josh Heinlein and Jacob Ayres

July 2017

Internet Investigations for Effective Discovery

A few clicks of the computer can yield a treasure trove of information about a party or key witness.

By Alexandra Hamilton
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