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Jonathan Bacon

Seven Hours And Counting: The Impact Of CA’s New Deposition Rules - Archer Norris Helps to Secure Key Protections for Clients with Complex and Employment Litigation

New rules governing oral depositions in civil cases in California take effect in the new year as a result of the recent passage of AB 1875. The new legislation generally sets a maximum limit of seven hours of total testimony per…more

Depositions, Seven-Hour Rule

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Sharon Collier

Trial Puts The Brakes On Admitted Liability Case

Any day you get served with a lawsuit is not a good day for your business. By taking immediate action and an active defense role, we increase our clients’ chances of achieving the best possible outcome, as the following case…more

Admissions of Liability, Bodily Injury, Car Accident, Trials

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Lisa Estabrook

Focused on California - January 2013

In this issue: -Changes to Mobilehome Residency Law effective Jan. 1, 2013 -Civil Code Amendments Pertaining To Non Homeowners In Mobilehome Parks -Changes To The Public Utilities Code -Changes To The…more

Employee Housing, Landlords, Leases, Mobile Homes, Tenants

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Tiffany Gates

‘Tis the Season for Social Host Liability

With Christmas just around the corner, the holiday season is well underway. For many, this means that the next few weeks will be filled with buying and wrapping gifts, baking and decorating cookies, listening to festive holiday…more

Holiday Parties, Holidays, Social Host Liability, Wrongful Death

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Mike McGuire

Focused on California - January 2013

In this issue: -Changes to Mobilehome Residency Law effective Jan. 1, 2013 -Civil Code Amendments Pertaining To Non Homeowners In Mobilehome Parks -Changes To The Public Utilities Code -Changes To The…more

Employee Housing, Landlords, Leases, Mobile Homes, Tenants

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Virginia Peiser

Report From Counsel: Insights and Developments in the Law - Fall 2013

In this Issue: - Limited Liability Companies — The Best of All Worlds? - Employees Are Responsible for Beneficiary Designations - Protect Your Plastic - HOA Can Regulate Common Area - Identity…more

Beneficiaries, Choice of Entity, HOA, Identity Theft, LLC

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Gary Watt

Contractual Attorney Fees Conundrum

Appearances can be deceiving, and plain, statutory language is no exception. Take Civil Code section 1717, for example, which governs contractual attorney fees. Notwithstanding section 1717’s seemingly straightforward…more

Attorney's Fees

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