Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman & Machtinger LLP

Client Bulletin: Update on New Sick Leave Law

Employers are scrambling to comply with the notice and leave requirements of the new California sick leave law. This law applies to employers of all sizes, from those who employ individuals in their homes to companies that…more

DLSE, Paid Leave, Paid Sick Leave Act, Sick Leave, Wage and Hour

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Traps for the Unwary – Transfers of Personal Property Without Delivery

Imagine... You’ve just completed a purchase of a friendly competitor’s overstocked inventory from the current season. She gave you a good price and will let you leave the goods at her warehouse for 30 days, just in time…more

Personal Property, Transfers

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Public Entities Can Inadvertently Waive Privilege in Response to a Public Records Act Request

California’s Public Records Act (PRA) law requires public entities to make their public records open for inspection and copying. Environmental practitioners often use PRA requests as a tool to obtain information regarding a…more

Attorney-Client Privilege, Confidential Documents, Contaminated Properties, Privilege Waivers, Public Entities

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$5.9 Million in Payments to Golf Channel Declared Out of Bounds

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently issued a decision that should make defendants in Ponzi cases shiver in their boots. The court said that the defendant, the Golf Channel, had to return nearly $6 million and that it…more

Advertising, Commercial Bankruptcy, Fraudulent Transfers, Ponzi Scheme, Popular

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Three French Hens, Two Turtle Doves, and Money for My Tax Lien

With the holiday season upon us, we all have so much to be thankful for: our health, happiness, Amazon Prime shipping, and — if you’re Lindsay Lohan — an extra $100k from your Uncle Charlie* (Sheen) to help you out of your tax…more

Celebrities, Charlie Sheen, Estate Tax, Gift-Tax Exemption, Lindsay Lohan

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Client Bulletin: Update on New Sick Leave Law

Employers are scrambling to comply with the notice and leave requirements of the new California sick leave law. This law applies to employers of all sizes, from those who employ individuals in their homes to companies that…more

DLSE, Paid Leave, Paid Sick Leave Act, Sick Leave, Wage and Hour

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Client Alert - Interns & Independent Contractors

Second Circuit Reverses Class Certification Ruling in Fox Searchlight Unpaid Intern Case, Directing Trial Court to View Economic Benefit Factors Through New Lens - A federal appellate court in New York handed an apparent…more

Administrative Interpretation, Class Action, Class Certification, Classification, DOL

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Antitrust Attack on NFL's LA Moves Faces Long Odds

Greenberg Glusker partner Ricardo Cestero was quoted in a story that ran in Law360 on July 21st about the National Football League’s proposed plan to move the San Diego Chargers to Los Angeles. Fans of the Chargers urged the…more

Anticompetitive Behavior, City of Los Angeles, NFL, Rule-of-Reason Analysis, San Diego

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Escaping Taxes in Bankruptcy Through S Corporations

Shareholders of financially troubled S corporations may now be able to avoid the flow-through of taxes when the S corporation or its subsidiary files bankruptcy…more

Appeals, Casinos, Chapter 11, Commercial Bankruptcy, Corporate Taxes

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Convent, Katy Perry at Center of L.A. Archdiocese Dispute

Greenberg Glusker partner Bernard Resser was quoted in a story that ran in the Daily Journal July 21st about who controls the sale of a Los Feliz convent. In a Petition filed by Greenberg partners Brian Davidoff and Resser and…more

Bylaws, Commercial Property Owners, Directors, Injunctions, Katy Perry

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Buyer Beware – Hidden Dangers in Using Form Contracts in Real Estate Deals

Form contracts account for more than 80 percent of all agreements used to complete business transactions today. That percentage may be even higher when it comes to contracts in commercial real estate transactions such as the…more

Boilerplate Language, Contract Formation, Real Estate Market

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Client Alert - Interns & Independent Contractors

Second Circuit Reverses Class Certification Ruling in Fox Searchlight Unpaid Intern Case, Directing Trial Court to View Economic Benefit Factors Through New Lens - A federal appellate court in New York handed an apparent…more

Administrative Interpretation, Class Action, Class Certification, Classification, DOL

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EPA Must Consider Costs in Deciding Whether to Regulate HAPs From Power Plants

Last week, in Michigan v. EPA, the U.S. Supreme Court held that it was unreasonable for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) to refuse to consider costs in connection with its finding that it was “appropriate and…more

Clean Air Act, Environmental Remediation Costs, EPA, Michigan v. EPA, Power Plants

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Retail Chapter 11 Filings Up, Bucking Bankruptcy Trends In Economic Recovery

The economy is humming along and bankruptcy filings are at historic lows. Nevertheless, a recent trend in retail may suggest that the times, they are a changing…more

Chapter 11, Commercial Bankruptcy, E-Commerce, Fashion Industry, Internet Retailers

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Client Bulletin: Update on New Sick Leave Law

Employers are scrambling to comply with the notice and leave requirements of the new California sick leave law. This law applies to employers of all sizes, from those who employ individuals in their homes to companies that…more

DLSE, Paid Leave, Paid Sick Leave Act, Sick Leave, Wage and Hour

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The Business Skills Trust: Helping Younger Generations To Take A Leadership Role In The Family Business

In high-net-worth estate planning, trusts are commonly used to transfer wealth from generation to generation. The rationale for using trusts is often tax savings, coupled with protection from creditors and claims of a divorcing…more

Documentation, Family Businesses, Trustees, Trusts

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9th Circ. Panel Bolsters Trustees’ Reach-Back Powers

In a recent decision, the United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel of the Ninth Circuit resolved what it described as an issue of “first impression” in the Ninth Circuit — whether or not the two-year statute of limitations…more

Bank of America, Bankruptcy Code, Fraudulent Conveyance, Preemption, Statute of Limitations

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Implications for the Google Books Fair Use Ruling

There’s no question that Google’s massive book digitization project has enormous social benefits. Researchers and students are able to find and analyze relevant information more quickly than ever before, authors and publishers…more

Copyright, Fair Use, Google, Google Books

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50 Cent Files for Bankruptcy, Trades In Da Club for In Da Courthouse

The rapper Curtis James “50 Cent” Jackson III filed a voluntary chapter 11 bankruptcy petition in Connecticut bankruptcy court on Monday, July 13, 2015. Jackson rose to prominence with songs like In Da Club and P.I.M.P. from…more

Automatic Stay, Chapter 11, Compensatory Damages, Dischargeable Debts, Good Faith

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Convent, Katy Perry at Center of L.A. Archdiocese Dispute

Greenberg Glusker partner Bernard Resser was quoted in a story that ran in the Daily Journal July 21st about who controls the sale of a Los Feliz convent. In a Petition filed by Greenberg partners Brian Davidoff and Resser and…more

Bylaws, Commercial Property Owners, Directors, Injunctions, Katy Perry

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Did King.com Really “Trademark” the Word Candy?

Much of the independent video game world is up in arms regarding the recent news that large UK game developer King.com has “trademarked” the word CANDY. Many see this as an attempt by a Wonka-esque behemoth to grab control of a…more

King.com, Trademarks, USPTO

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Facebook Bans “Like-Gated” Promotions

Earlier this month, Facebook announced a significant upcoming change to a section of its policies that will affect the way promotions may be administered on Facebook. Effective November 5, 2014, “like-gating” a page (i.e…more

Contests & Promotions, Facebook, Social Networks

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Security Interests in Intellectual Property and Related Issues in Bankruptcy

Intellectual property (“IP”) can act as collateral to be pledged to secure an extension of credit. For example, a company that borrows money from a bank can pledge its patents as collateral for the loan. The bank (referred to…more

Business Assets, Collateral, Commercial Bankruptcy, Copyright, Patents

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Deadline For Compliance With New California Industrial General Permit For Stormwater Is A Week Away (July 1, 2015)

On July 1, 2015, the new California Industrial General Permit for Stormwater (General Permit) will take effect and along with it come a host of new compliance obligations. Chief among those obligations is the completion and…more

Clean Water Act, Compliance, Deadlines, General Permit, Industrial Storm Water Permit

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Client Bulletin: Update on New Sick Leave Law

Employers are scrambling to comply with the notice and leave requirements of the new California sick leave law. This law applies to employers of all sizes, from those who employ individuals in their homes to companies that…more

DLSE, Paid Leave, Paid Sick Leave Act, Sick Leave, Wage and Hour

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A “Dirty” Lawsuit: How a Sex Scandal Could Impact Online Defamation Law

A former high school teacher and NFL cheerleader sleeps with her student. She faces widespread scorn, including scathing Internet comments. Despite the scorn, she becomes engaged to the student…more

Appeals, Appellate Briefs, Communications Decency Act, Defamation, Facebook

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Convent, Katy Perry at Center of L.A. Archdiocese Dispute

Greenberg Glusker partner Bernard Resser was quoted in a story that ran in the Daily Journal July 21st about who controls the sale of a Los Feliz convent. In a Petition filed by Greenberg partners Brian Davidoff and Resser and…more

Bylaws, Commercial Property Owners, Directors, Injunctions, Katy Perry

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Shia LaBeouf and the Case for Copyright Infringement

Last week the story du jour in the zany world of entertainment law blogging was actor Shia LaBeouf’s foray into film-making with his short film HowardCantour.com. It is now internet gospel that Mr. LaBeouf’s film blatantly…more

Copyright, Copyright Infringement, Entertainment Industry, Infringement, Movies

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New Commercial Lease Requirement for Disability Access Inspection Disclosure

Commercial lease agreements executed on or after July 1, 2013 must include a provision disclosing whether the premises has been inspected by a Certified Access Specialist and, if so, whether the property has been determined to…more

Commercial Leases, Disability Access Claims, Disclosure Requirements, Inspections

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Rhymin’ & Stealin’ & Filin’ Lawsuits

Last month, I wrote about the preemptive lawsuit filed by GoldieBlox, a toy retailer, against the Beastie Boys. GoldieBlox sought declaratory relief that their use of the Beastie Boys’ song “Girls” in a GoldieBlox advertisement…more

Beastie Boys, Copyright, Fair Use, GoldieBlox, Infringement

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Unconstitutionality of Defense Of Marriage Act Has Broad Reaching Implications For Tax and Wealth Planning And Tax Compliance Of Same-Sex Married Couples

This morning, the Supreme Court issued two historic rulings on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage. The first ruling, in a 5-4 decision, struck down as unconstitutional a key provision of the federal Defense of Marriage…more

Discrimination, DOMA, Due Process, Equal Protection, Estate Planning

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Los Angeles, CA 90067, United States

Contact: Heather Morse

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Areas of Practice
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  • Bankruptcy
  • Business Organizations
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  • Communications & Media Law
  • Constitutional Law
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  • Energy & Utilities
  • Environmental Law
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