Highlights of the October 2013 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include articles about disability access laws, workplace investigations, mediation and more.
In this issue, we depart from the format of having a subject focus and instead present an open forum for articles on diverse topics.
As the clock struck three, players streamed in from everywhere as fast as judges coming to an 8:30 a.m. hearing.
The new law encourages preventive measures by giving special considerations to businesses that take a proactive approach.
Workplace Investigations: The Importance of Determining Scope and the Impact of Harris v. City of Santa Monica
When a workplace investigation involves allegations that an employment decision was motivated by discrimination, counsel should be mindful of a recent California case.
This article explores how disputes may be strategically positioned for early mediation whilst providing for enough core discovery to make mediation meaningful, without breaking the bank.
California outnumbers the United States three to one. How did this happen?
The city attorney is there to give legal advice, free from political pressure or undue influence. When these roles are maintained, a city can run like a Swiss watch.
The California Law Revision Commission formally began its study of how much to weaken our current mediation confidentiality protections.
ODR no longer appears to be an interesting curiosity. In numbers of matters resolved, automated ODR processes may already exceed traditional methods.
They have been named “Best Food Truck” by SF Weekly and East Bay Express. These cupcakes often sell out long before their time is up at any given location.
Gossip, speculation, rumor, innuendo and real stories are often what best describes my attempts to put together a Bar Soap column.
The enforcement of a grower’s lien, third-party buyers and bankruptcy are subjects that no grower wants to face. Because grower’s liens are an imperfect remedy in the event of non-payment, it is extremely important for a grower to conduct his or her own due diligence investigation of potential buyers.
CCCBA’s 19th Annual MCLE Spectacular will take place on Friday, November 22, 2013 at the Walnut Creek Marriott. Earn up to 7 MCLE credits in one day!