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December 2017

Residential Solar Rights

California is a leader in promoting alternative energy sources, including the use of solar power in connection with residences.

By Theodore L. Senet and Samantha R. Staroba

November 2017

What Everyone Should Know About Stock Options and Restricted Stock

Employee stock options are a great perk, but they can be complicated.

By Robert W. Wood

November 2017

Dealing With Deposition Stipulations

Know and understand the Southern California deposition stipulation to project experience and protect your clients.

By David M. Angeloff

October 2017

The Ever-Growing Need for an e-Discovery Attorney at the Corporate Level

The key is having the right person in the right place at the right time.

By Alex Stemkovsky

October 2017

Representing Joint Clients (Special Credit)

Representing more than one party in a given matter is permissible, but it can raise a host of ethical issues, including those that involve potential—and actual—conflicts of interest.

By Teresa J. Schmid

September 2017

What’s Said in the Trustee’s Office Stays in the Trustee’s Office

A primer on how the attorney-client privilege functions in the realm of trust administration.

By Benjamin D. Fox

September 2017

Is a Non-Party’s Contact Information Private?

When a class action litigant seeks to discover contact information for a third party—often with respect to potential class members—privacy considerations come into play.

By Lauren S. Kadish

August 2017

Mindfulness: What to Do When the Need for Help Arises (Special Credit)

“Mindfulness” may be a buzzword these days, but it may also light the path to improving professional competence.

By A. Marco Turk

August 2017

Warning: Ethical Lapses Will Cost You Money (Special Credit)

A recent decision highlights the need to pay attention to the Rules of Professional Responsibility when handling privileged material.

By A. Marco Turk

June 2017

Waymo v. Uber: A Harbinger of Fifth Amendment Challenges in Corporate Investigations?

The great debate about driverless cars raises unanswered legal questions about the right against self-incrimination.

By Joshua M. Robbins and Jamie E. Sutton
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