Lewitt Hackman

16633 Ventura Boulevard Eleventh Floor
Encino, California 91436, United States

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Assembly Bill 802 Makes Arbitration Less Confidential

On September 30, 2014, Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 802 (AB 802) into law, amending Section 1281.96 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to consumer arbitration…more
| Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Civil Procedure, Labor & Employment Law, Privacy, Consumer Protection

California's Prop 45: Sticking it to "the Man" or to the People?

Continuing our series covering the various measures Californians will see on the 2014 midterm election ballot, we now turn to Proposition 45, or the Public Notice Required for Insurance Company Rates Initiative…more
| Elections & Politics, Health, Insurance

Mechanics Liens — Smart Tools of Construction Industry Professionals, and Bane of Property Owners

In 1791, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison proposed the first mechanics liens legislation in order to promote development in Washington. The Maryland Assembly (which governed Washington at that time) passed the proposed…more
| Construction Law, Real Estate - Commercial

California Trust Attorney – Three Things You Should Know About a Trust

What is a trust and how does it differ from a will? Before planning your California trust you should know three important things: 1. A Trust Defined - A trust provides for the allocation of assets when you and/or…more
| Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Tax Implications: Selling Your Home

If you've lived at a property for at least two out of the five years before you sell your home, you can consider that property your primary residence or "main home", per the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS will then…more
| Real Estate - Residential, Taxation

Is Franchising The Right Model For Your Business?

Franchising is a flexible, tried and true method of distributing products and services and offers business owners an alternative avenue to expand their already successful businesses. One immediately thinks of McDonalds or 7-11…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Franchise Law

Cutting the BS(A): California's Prop 2 Re the Budget Stabilization Account

In our second blog examining the propositions we'll be seeing on the election ballot November 4th, we'll take a look at California's Proposition 2, or the Rainy Day Budget Stabilization Fund Act (formerly known as Proposition…more
| Elections & Politics, Finance & Banking, Taxation

Cutting the BS(A): California's Prop 2 Re the Budget Stabilization Account

In our second blog examining the propositions we'll be seeing on the election ballot November 4th, we'll take a look at California's Proposition 2, or the Rainy Day Budget Stabilization Fund Act (formerly known as Proposition…more
| Elections & Politics, Finance & Banking, Taxation

Pets or Threats? California Law Regarding Dog Attacks

How many times have you gone to the beach, only to spot someone's dog frolicking in the surf without a leash? Many people would cast a benevolent eye on such a scene, but in truth, these dog owners are violating Los…more
| Personal Injury

Bridging Troubled Water: Yes or No on California Prop 1?

Fall is here. Most of us can't tell, given the soaring temperatures outside. A better thermometer might be the onslaught of political commercials we're now seeing on television. To prepare for the elections in November,…more
| Agriculture, Elections & Politics, Energy & Utilities, Environmental Law, Zoning, Planning & Land Use

FRANCHISEE 101: Forum Selection Clauses May Be Enforceable

A recent decision in Allegra Holdings, LLC v. Davis demonstrates that courts are enforcing forum selection clauses in favor of out-of-state franchisors and against in-state franchisees, notwithstanding franchise anti-waiver…more
| Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts, Franchise Law

California Supreme Court Overturns 2012 Domino's Decision

On August 28, 2014, the California Supreme Court reversed a 2012 Court of Appeal decision in Patterson v. Domino's Pizza, LLC. The lower court held that franchise operating systems, like Domino's, deprive franchisees of the…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law, Franchise Law

Paid Sick Leave Now Required by Law

On Wednesday, Sept. 10th, Governor Jerry Brown signed the paid sick leave bill (Assembly Bill 1522) into law. This means that, effective July 1, 2015, California employers, regardless of size, must provide most employees paid…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Beer Bills: New Laws & Legislation on Tap

There are a number of bills and new laws that craft brewers should have on the radar – legislation that could affect operations and distribution. In California, two of these bills became law, while one is still pending…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Elections & Politics

Employers: Governor Expected to Sign Off on Paid Sick Time for Most Employees

California lawmakers voted 52-25 to pass Assembly Bill 1522. Written by Lorena Gonzalez (D-San Diego), the bill would entitle most employees in California three days of paid sick leave to care for themselves, or for a family…more
| Labor & Employment Law
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