Dating After Divorce

Once a bad relationship or divorce finally comes to an end, parents often yearn for the return of a “normal” life with a companion. In this quest to move on, parents may rush into another relationship. As difficult as dating is, it is even more difficult and complicated when there are children involved.

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Defending Stucco Defect Allegations

Approximately 80% of construction defect lawsuits which we defend involve stucco-clad houses. Depending on the plaintiffs’ expert, alleged stucco defects usually comprise anywhere from 20% to 50% of the total cost of repair.

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Court Of Appeals Ruling Weakens Protection Afforded To Small Business Owners

Wayne and Linda, husband and wife, form a limited partnership, Airborne Turbine LP, to operate an airplane leasing business. Wayne and Linda are the limited partners.

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Llc Operating Agreements Should Be Reviewed In Light Of The New Llc Law.

Effective January 1, 2014, the California Revised Uniform Limited Liability Act became the new law governing limited liability companies in California. This new law replaced the prior law known as the Beverly-Killea Act which was enacted in 1994.

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Another Good Reason To Analyze Your Business Automobile Policies And Insurance

You are an employer and your employee is driving home from work when he or she accidentally hits another vehicle, injuring a third party. Do you think your business is legally responsible for the third party’s injuries?

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Employment Law Update: New Laws In 2014

The California Legislature was busy this year regarding employment law. Several new employment related requirements were enacted that went into effect on January 1, 2014, unless otherwise specified.

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Pre-existing Conditions And Future Surgery In Personal Injury Cases

By: Merielle Enriquez

In a personal injury action, whether a Plaintiff has pre-existing injuries and whether a Plaintiff alleges the need for future surgical intervention is relevant to the issue of medical damages in Nevada.

In order to minimize liability exposure for a Defendant, it is important to conduct focused and aggressive discovery on a Plaintiff’s prior medical history to determine if the Plaintiff has any pre-existing injuries….

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