Lewitt Hackman

Small Claims: When Litigating Without a Lawyer Makes Sense

Many people and businesses have disputes or suffer damages in the thousands of dollars, which they need to resolve or seek compensation for. The dispute or claim might involve the sale of used furniture or other personal…more

De Novo Standard of Review, Filing Fees, Litigation Strategies, Small Claims Court

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Employers' Legislative Update: Governor Brown Signs New Bills

Tis the season for new laws in California and not all of it brings good tidings and cheer for employers. Recently, Governor Jerry Brown signed several state Assembly and Senate Bills affecting those who employ domestic…more

Agricultural Workers, Corporate Counsel, DLSE, Domestic Violence, Domestic Workers

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Rocket's Red Glare: Burns & Other Injuries From Fireworks

According to the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC), about 230 people are rushed to an emergency room daily between June 20th and July 20th each year, because of serious fireworks injuries. More than half of these ER…more

Bodily Injury, Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Fireworks, Negligence, Product Defects

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Save the MAMILs - Cyclist Injury & Death Statistics

According to a recent government report, MAMILs (Middle Aged Men In Lycra) are the likeliest of all age groups and genders to be killed or seriously injured while riding a bicycle…more

Bicycles, Bike Accidents, Bodily Injury, Distracted Driving, Drunk Driving

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FRANCHISOR 101: Recent “Franchisor as Joint Employer” Developments

In the last month, McDonald's settled a class action with employees of a franchisee, and a new President of the United States was elected. These two events have something in common with regard to franchising: they are…more

7-Eleven, Administrative Appointments, Franchisee, Franchisors, Joint Employers

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FRANCHISOR 101: Recent “Franchisor as Joint Employer” Developments

In the last month, McDonald's settled a class action with employees of a franchisee, and a new President of the United States was elected. These two events have something in common with regard to franchising: they are…more

7-Eleven, Administrative Appointments, Franchisee, Franchisors, Joint Employers

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Game Changer? Succession Planning Targeted by IRS

The Department of the Treasury wants to place limitations on valuation discounts that are currently commonly used to reduce asset values in family-owned and closely-held businesses, in an effort to increase tax revenue. The…more

Business Ownership, Business Plans, Business Succession, Business Valuations, Closely Held Businesses

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California Ballot 2016: Los Angeles County Measures A & M

This is the fourth and final blog in our 2016 California Election Guide Series – the first three providing brief synopses of the 17 state-wide ballot initiatives residents will see in November. In this final segment, we will…more

Ballot Measures, Earthquakes, Funding, Job Creation, Local Ordinance

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Employer Guide for Election Season

The 2016 presidential election season has provided fodder for often impassioned conversations among friends, family and co-workers. While we may not always agree with all points of view, it is important to remember that conduct…more

Donald Trump, Employment Policies, Hillary Clinton, Political Affiliation, Political Association

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Pokemon Go Away: Monsters Creating Nuisance Problems

This game has been all the rage since July. Engadget reports over 100 million downloads of Pokemon Go, racking up $10 million each day in revenue for game makers Niantic, The Pokemon Company and Nintendo. It’s a beast…more

Business Ownership, Class Action, Commercial Property Owners, Geolocation, Location Data

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FRANCHISOR 101: Recent “Franchisor as Joint Employer” Developments

In the last month, McDonald's settled a class action with employees of a franchisee, and a new President of the United States was elected. These two events have something in common with regard to franchising: they are…more

7-Eleven, Administrative Appointments, Franchisee, Franchisors, Joint Employers

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Estate Planning NOW: Preparing for a New Government

It’s impossible to predict what any future president will do, or what Congress will approve. But in light of comments president-elect Donald J. Trump made on the campaign trail, and given that Grand Old Party members will have a…more

Alternative Minimum Tax, Business Plans, Capital Gains, Charitable Donations, Death Tax

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Terminated: A Marriage’s End Should Not Lead to Employment’s End

Last month, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled in Robert Smith v. Millville Rescue Squad (MRS) that an employer cannot terminate an employee for separating or divorcing – the processes of which apparently falls under the…more

Adultery, Business Partners, Divorce, Employer Liability Issues, Employment Discrimination

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Mile Marker: Google Beginning to Clear Legal Hurdles for Self-Driving Cars (but many more ahead)

Can self-driving vehicles (SDVs) use the carpool lane? That may be a legal question for another day, as SDVs still have barricades to overcome before moving to the fast lane and becoming available commercially for consumers…more

Artificial Impairment, Automotive Industry, Driverless Cars, Google, NHTSA

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The Transformation of Transgender Rights in the Workplace

Gender transition and transgender identity has taken center stage in the media recently. However, out of the spotlight, the rights of transgender persons may be unclear to many. Transgender persons struggle with difficult…more

Best Management Practices, Corporate Counsel, DFEH, Discrimination, EEOC

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FRANCHISOR 101: Recent “Franchisor as Joint Employer” Developments

In the last month, McDonald's settled a class action with employees of a franchisee, and a new President of the United States was elected. These two events have something in common with regard to franchising: they are…more

7-Eleven, Administrative Appointments, Franchisee, Franchisors, Joint Employers

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FRANCHISOR 101: Recent “Franchisor as Joint Employer” Developments

In the last month, McDonald's settled a class action with employees of a franchisee, and a new President of the United States was elected. These two events have something in common with regard to franchising: they are…more

7-Eleven, Administrative Appointments, Franchisee, Franchisors, Joint Employers

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To Bifurcate, or Not to Bifurcate: That is the Divorce Question

Some divorcing couples may want their divorce resolved as quickly as possible. In California, the legal minimum time requirement that a dissolution can be entered is six months from the date of service of the Petition to the…more

Bifurcation, Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce, Prenuptial Agreements

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Employers: Texas District Court Grants Nationwide Injunction Against DOL's Final Rule

Employment Defense by Tal Burnovski Yeyni 818-907-3224 Tweet   In May we reported the Federal Department of Labor issued its Final Rule regarding the minimum salary level required for the exemption of executive, administrative…more

DOL, Exempt-Employees, Final Rules, FLSA, Minimum Salary

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Contact

16633 Ventura Boulevard
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Encino, California 91436, United States

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Areas of Practice
  • Business Organizations
  • Class Action
  • Commercial Law & Contracts
  • Construction Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Family Law
  • Health
  • Intellectual Property
  • Labor & Employment Law
  • Litigation
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Personal Injury
  • Products Liability
  • Real Estate
  • Taxation
  • Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
  • Zoning, Planning & Land Use
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Locations
Other U.S. Locations
  • California
Number of Attorneys

25-50 Attorneys

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