Does an indemnity agreement provide protection when the obligated party has not been negligent? The answer depends on the language used.
The attorney-client privilege bars intrusion into communications between attorneys and their clients. But that protection may not apply in estate litigation.
California has strict rules outlawing covenants not to compete. But there are exceptions.
When a public employee speaks up, does the First Amendment provide protection? It depends.
As recent case law demonstrates, California’s anti-SLAPP statute is a potent and ever evolving weapon.
Determining the true status of someone labeled as “independent contractor” is a complex inquiry, and a lot of money often rides on the result.
Whenever you resolve a case, think about the tax implications. A little foresight can save a lot of money.
How far must local school districts go in providing a “free and appropriate” public education?
When negotiating the acquisition or sale of a business, attorneys need to understand the dynamics of the deal from both sides of the table.
What every lawyer should know about the latest interpretations of California’s cost-shifting settlement statute.