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Final Regulations Provide Guidance for Private Foundations Making Foreign Grants

When making grants to foreign organizations, private foundations must conduct costly and time-consuming expenditure responsibility, unless the foundation makes a good faith determination that the foreign organization is…more

Charitable Donations, Cross-Border Transactions, Equivalency Determinations, Foreign Entities, Grants

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Order in the Court: How David Kelly of the Golden State Warriors Serves the Winning Team

As the general counsel of the Golden State Warriors, one of the NBA's best basketball teams, David Kelly lives the life of at least five different general counsel. He serves as a basketball lawyer, startup lawyer, consumer…more

Business Development, Career Development, Entertainment Industry, Golden State Warriors, Sports

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Five Considerations Before Selling a Vineyard or Winery

Whether to sell a vineyard or winery is one of the most significant decisions an owner will make. There are financial, career, lifestyle, and other factors that go into the choice, and the calculation is different for each…more

Appraisal, Corporate Taxes, Disclosure Requirements, Easements, Post-Closing Rights

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U.S. Supreme Court Issues Landmark Decision Authorizing Review of Wetland Jurisdictional Determinations

On May 31, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an eagerly anticipated decision that will benefit landowners and developers by authorizing immediate judicial review of Approved Jurisdictional Determinations (JDs) issued by the…more

Administrative Appeals, Administrative Procedure Act, Clean Water Act, Due Process, EPA

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Developing Renewable Energy Projects on Brownfields: Mitigating Enivronmental Risks & Liabilities

“Greenfield” utility-scale renewable energy projects have generated both considerable praise and criticism. Government agencies and the public generally applaud efforts to generate renewable energy, while at the same time,…more

Brownfield Properties, Renewable Energy, Utilities Sector

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California Supreme Court Strengthens CEQA’s Categorical Exemptions

The California Supreme Court has issued its long-awaited decision in Berkeley Hillside Preservation v. City of Berkeley, a case with important implications for developers and public agencies on a wide variety of projects. The…more

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Preemption Defense: Is Inaction by the FDA Enough?

A seeming contradiction between two recent federal district court rulings on preemption and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s oversight of pharmaceuticals creates some uncertainty about whether evidence submitted by the…more

clear, Clear and Convincing Evidence, FDA, Pharmaceutical Industry, Preemption

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Supreme Court Upholds the PTAB’s Status Quo in Cuozzo

On June 20, 2016, the Supreme Court issued its opinion in Cuozzo Speed Technologies, LLC v. Lee, which unanimously upheld the “broadest reasonable construction” claim construction standard (BRI) used by the Patent Trial and…more

Administrative Procedure Act, Administrative Proceedings, America Invents Act, Appeals, Broadest Reasonable Interpretation Standard

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Employers May Require Exempt Employees to Use Accrued Leave for Absences Shorter Than Half a Day

On July 21, 2014, a California Court of Appeal held that overtime exempt status is not undermined by requiring employees to use accrued leave for absences of less than half a day…more

Appeals, Employer Liability Issues, Exempt-Employees, Paid Leave, Unpaid Leave

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Major League Baseball Is Exempt From The Antitrust Laws – Like It Or Not: The “Unrealistic,” “Inconsistent,” And “Illogical” Antitrust Exemption For Baseball That Just Won’t Go Away.

The Athletics baseball team has been located in Oakland, California for many years. Several years ago, the A’s decided they would like to move their franchise to San Jose, which they anticipate would be a more profitable…more

Antitrust Provisions, Antitrust Violations, Baseball, Exemptions, MLB

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Autonomous Vehicles: A Case Study of Liability and Insurance

The crash of a vehicle operating in semi-autonomous or fully autonomous mode presents a headline-grabbing opportunity to question the technology and the pace at which it is being introduced. Every accident resulting in injury or…more

Auto Insurance, Auto Manufacturers, Car Accident, Driverless Cars, Negligence

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Supreme Court Upholds the PTAB’s Status Quo in Cuozzo

On June 20, 2016, the Supreme Court issued its opinion in Cuozzo Speed Technologies, LLC v. Lee, which unanimously upheld the “broadest reasonable construction” claim construction standard (BRI) used by the Patent Trial and…more

Administrative Procedure Act, Administrative Proceedings, America Invents Act, Appeals, Broadest Reasonable Interpretation Standard

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Winery Equity Crowdfunding Raises Opportunities, Risks

Many are familiar with the rewards-based model of crowdfunding popularized by websites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. The basic idea is that a group of individuals — the “crowd” — contributes funds to a company or project in…more

Crowdfunding, Funding Portal, Material Misstatements, Public Disclosure, SEC

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San Francisco Enacts Nation’s First Fully Paid Parental Leave Ordinance

Effective January 1, 2017, San Francisco is scheduled to become the first city in the United States to require fully paid parental leave. The Paid Parental Leave Ordinance (the Ordinance) was passed unanimously by San…more

Disability Insurance, FMLA, Local Ordinance, Paid Family Leave Law, Paid Leave

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FAST Act Amendments to Securities Laws Improve Access to Capital Markets

The new Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) builds upon several securities laws contained in the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS Act), the 2012 law that sought to expand and ease capital raising by…more

Capital Markets, Emerging Growth Companies, Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act), Form S-1, Initial Public Offerings

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San Francisco Takes Steps to Rationalize the CEQA Process

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ADOPTS NEW CEQA APPEAL PROCEDURES - After nearly a year of effort (and after three previous unsuccessful tries by others), San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener crafted a California Environmental…more

CEQA, Environmental Claims, Environmental Policies, Environmental Review, Local Ordinance

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Unpacking the Toxic Substances Control Act Reform Bill

The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have passed the long-pending Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) reform legislation, which will bolster the government’s power to regulate a wide variety of chemicals. The bill amends…more

Chemicals, EPA, Manufacturers, Pending Legislation, Preemption

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Supreme Court Upholds the PTAB’s Status Quo in Cuozzo

On June 20, 2016, the Supreme Court issued its opinion in Cuozzo Speed Technologies, LLC v. Lee, which unanimously upheld the “broadest reasonable construction” claim construction standard (BRI) used by the Patent Trial and…more

Administrative Procedure Act, Administrative Proceedings, America Invents Act, Appeals, Broadest Reasonable Interpretation Standard

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Maximizing Homeowner Insurance Coverage Benefits After a Fire

Before worrying about an insurance claim, first ensure that you and your family, including pets and extended family, have their immediate needs met. When you are ready to begin the recovery process, we have outlined three steps…more

Fire Damage, Homeowner's Insurance

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What Every Prospective Nonprofit Board Member Needs to Know

You have been asked to serve on the board of a nonprofit organization. Should you accept? Prospective board members should carefully consider an invitation to join a board. Before accepting, a potential board member should…more

Board of Directors, Due Diligence, Non-Profits

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Cyber Attacks on Infrastructure are Increasing: Review Your Insurance As “Internet Of Things” Risks Grow and Change

In the December post Systemic Cyber Risks And The Internet of Things, we wrote about the increasing risk of cyber attacks on infrastructure and consumer products, and related insurance issues. We noted in that post that, while…more

Cyber Attacks, Cyber Insurance, Cybersecurity, Drones, Electricity

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Revisiting Estate Planning Post-DOMA

The Supreme Court issued decisions in two landmark cases involving same-sex marriage on June 26, 2013. In United States v. Windsor, the Court held Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) to be unconstitutional, which…more

DOMA, ERISA, Estate Planning, Estate Tax, Marriage

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Insurer Must Still Defend Even if Covered Claims Are Dismissed

We encounter the following scenario from time to time: The defense counsel just scored a big victory, knocking out a key cause of action. The only problem is—the carrier now says that claim was the only covered cause of action,…more

Appeals, Commercial Insurance Policies, Covered Claims, Dismissals, Duty to Defend

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EPA Issues Final Rule Clarifying CERCLA’s “All Appropriate Inquiry” Standard

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has at long last issued a Final Rule which provides clarification to prospective purchasers of contaminated property regarding the standards and practices that are to be used for…more

CERCLA, Contaminated Properties, Environmental Site Assessment, EPA, Final Rules

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Second Circuit Confirms HathiTrust Digital Library's Full-Text Search Constitutes Fair Use in Copyright Case

Last week, the Second Circuit issued its decision in the closely watched Authors Guild, Inc. et al. v. HathiTrust et al. copyright infringement case. At issue was whether the use of copyrighted material in the HathiTrust…more

Authors Guild, Books, Copyright, Copyright Infringement, Fair Use

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Insurance for Emerging Companies: Understand the Application You Are Signing

This is the second post in our series regarding coverage issues affecting emerging companies. This post addresses the insurance application process. The application is a critical part of the process because insurance companies…more

Commercial Insurance Policies, Corporate Liability, D&O Insurance, Emerging Growth Companies, Errors and Omissions Policy

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Density Bonus Comes to San Francisco

In the face of runaway housing costs, San Francisco is proposing to implement the state “density bonus” law. First adopted by the California legislature thirty-six years ago, the state law (California Government Code Section…more

Affordable Housing, Density Bonus, Urban Planning & Development, Zoning Laws

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Implementation of California's New Groundwater Law Continues as DWR Releases Draft Emergency Regulations for Groundwater Sustainability Plans

In 2014, the California Legislature adopted the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), which for the first time comprehensively regulates the extraction and use of the state’s groundwater. A significant milestone in…more

Department of Water Resources, Emergency Rule, Groundwater, Public Comment, Sustainable Ground Water Management Act

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California’s New Voidable Transactions Act

California’s recently enacted Uniform Voidable Transactions Act (UVTA), makes it easier for creditors to recover assets that are transferred to third parties when a debtor is insolvent, even when there is no improper intent by…more

Creditors, Debtors, Fraudulent Transfers, Insolvency, Preponderance of the Evidence

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Supreme Court Lowers the Bar for Willfulness and Provides Major Win to Patent Holders

On June 13, 2016, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion in two consolidated cases (Halo Electronics v. Pulse Electronics and Stryker Corp. v. Zimmer) effectively lowering the standard for obtaining enhanced damages in…more

35 U.S.C. § 284, Abuse of Discretion, Corporate Counsel, Enhanced Damages, Halo v Pulse

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Balancing Freedom Of Expression And The Right Of Publicity: Implications For The Future Of Interactive Entertainment

Freedom of expression bowed to the right of publicity on July 31, 2013, when a divided panel at the Ninth Circuit ruled that college athletes could proceed in litigation against Electronic Arts (“EA”) for making sports-based…more

Athletes, Electronic Arts, First Amendment, Free Speech, NCAA

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U.S. Supreme Court Issues Landmark Decision Authorizing Review of Wetland Jurisdictional Determinations

On May 31, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an eagerly anticipated decision that will benefit landowners and developers by authorizing immediate judicial review of Approved Jurisdictional Determinations (JDs) issued by the…more

Administrative Appeals, Administrative Procedure Act, Clean Water Act, Due Process, EPA

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CPA-Client Privilege Doesn't Extend to Criminal Proceedings

It's Monday morning and your client, who recently retained you for estate tax planning advice, informs you that the IRS is auditing her income tax returns from the past three years. In reviewing her tax returns and financial…more

Accountants, Audits, Confidential Communications, CPAs, Criminal Prosecution

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ITC Has No Jurisdiction to Block Infringing “Electronic Transmissions”

On November 10, a panel of the Federal Circuit reversed a landmark ITC decision blocking the importation of digital information that infringes a patent. This decision has potential ramifications for a wide-range of companies…more

ALJ, Chevron Deference, Copyright, Electronic Data Transmissions, ITC

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FAST Act Amendments to Securities Laws Improve Access to Capital Markets

The new Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) builds upon several securities laws contained in the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS Act), the 2012 law that sought to expand and ease capital raising by…more

Capital Markets, Emerging Growth Companies, Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act), Form S-1, Initial Public Offerings

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San Francisco Enacts Nation’s First Fully Paid Parental Leave Ordinance

Effective January 1, 2017, San Francisco is scheduled to become the first city in the United States to require fully paid parental leave. The Paid Parental Leave Ordinance (the Ordinance) was passed unanimously by San…more

Disability Insurance, FMLA, Local Ordinance, Paid Family Leave Law, Paid Leave

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Mind the Gap! Avoiding Unexpected Gaps in Insurance Programs

No one insurance policy covers all liability risks. Risk managers expect to purchase several types or layers of insurance to cover different types of insurance liabilities, to provide sufficient limits for a catastrophe loss, or…more

Commercial Insurance Policies, D&O Insurance, Excess Policies, Exclusionary Clauses, False Advertising

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Supreme Court Lowers the Bar for Willfulness and Provides Major Win to Patent Holders

On June 13, 2016, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion in two consolidated cases (Halo Electronics v. Pulse Electronics and Stryker Corp. v. Zimmer) effectively lowering the standard for obtaining enhanced damages in…more

35 U.S.C. § 284, Abuse of Discretion, Corporate Counsel, Enhanced Damages, Halo v Pulse

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Permanent Charitable IRA Rollover

Congress recently made permanent the IRA charitable rollover. Individuals over age 70½ can make lifetime gifts, up to $100,000 per year, to qualified public charities from their individual retirement accounts (IRAs). To qualify…more

Charitable Deductions, Family Businesses, Gift-Tax Exemption, IRA, IRA Rollovers

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CPA-Client Privilege Doesn't Extend to Criminal Proceedings

It's Monday morning and your client, who recently retained you for estate tax planning advice, informs you that the IRS is auditing her income tax returns from the past three years. In reviewing her tax returns and financial…more

Accountants, Audits, Confidential Communications, CPAs, Criminal Prosecution

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Year-End Checklist for Tax-Exempt Organizations

As the holidays approach and 2015 comes to a close, Officers and Directors are well advised to confirm that important year-end responsibilities have been addressed. Even if your organization has a fiscal year end other than…more

1099s, Annual Meeting, Board of Directors, Filing Requirements, Tax Exempt Entities

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Teva Decision Will Be Felt in Future Patent Claim Construction Hearings

On January 20, 2015, the Supreme Court issued its opinion in Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. v. Sandoz, Inc. (Case No. 13-854), which changed the level of deference the Federal Circuit must show to district court claim…more

Claim Construction, Clear Error Standard, De Novo Standard of Review, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Patent Litigation

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Best Practices for Internet Security

As privacy and online security become a growing concern, we would like to remind you of a few computer and Internet security tips and best practices to keep you, your family and your personal information safe…more

Cybersecurity, Data Protection, Email, Hackers, Passwords

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Drafting Intellectual Property Agreements: Best Practices From a Litigator’s Perspective

As intellectual property licensing continues to grow more prevalent, legal practitioners and business personnel are being asked to craft and negotiate agreements that can significantly impact a business’s ability to compete in a…more

Android, Antitrust Violations, Arbitration, Business Partners, Choice-of-Law

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New Laws Bring California into Alignment with U.S.

Starting in 2012, a variety of new laws passed that directly affect California businesses. There were new filing requirements for exempt securities offerings involving real estate, changes to the rights of dissenting…more

Compliance, JOBS Act, LLC, Offerings, Securities

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Arsenic in Wine: What You Need to Know About the Class Action Claims

What is the Doris Charles, et al. v. The Wine Group, et al., No. BC576061 (Cal. Sup. Ct., Los Angeles County) lawsuit? A lawsuit filed last week as a class action against wineries, wine distributors and wine retailers…more

Class Action, Class Certification, EPA, Food Safety, Proposition 65

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ITC Has No Jurisdiction to Block Infringing “Electronic Transmissions”

On November 10, a panel of the Federal Circuit reversed a landmark ITC decision blocking the importation of digital information that infringes a patent. This decision has potential ramifications for a wide-range of companies…more

ALJ, Chevron Deference, Copyright, Electronic Data Transmissions, ITC

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CPA-Client Privilege Doesn't Extend to Criminal Proceedings

It's Monday morning and your client, who recently retained you for estate tax planning advice, informs you that the IRS is auditing her income tax returns from the past three years. In reviewing her tax returns and financial…more

Accountants, Audits, Confidential Communications, CPAs, Criminal Prosecution

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Insure Your Risk as an Airbnb Host

As Bay Area residents prepared for thousands of football fans and media to descend on their region for the Super Bowl, one began to hear the sorts of rumblings that typically precede big events. Traffic will be terrible. Parking…more

AirBnB, Homeowner's Insurance, Sharing Economy, Umbrella Policies

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Final Regulations Provide Guidance for Private Foundations Making Foreign Grants

When making grants to foreign organizations, private foundations must conduct costly and time-consuming expenditure responsibility, unless the foundation makes a good faith determination that the foreign organization is…more

Charitable Donations, Cross-Border Transactions, Equivalency Determinations, Foreign Entities, Grants

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California Court Imposes Duty to Accommodate Non-Disabled Employees Associated With Disabled Persons

On April 4, 2016, a California Court of Appeal set new precedent in Castro-Ramirez v. Dependable Highway Express, opining that the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) may require employers to reasonably accommodate…more

Appeals, Associational Retaliation, Disability Discrimination, Disabled, Duty to Accommodate

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Pro Bono Q&A: How One Law Firm Is Helping a California City Curb Gun Violence

A JD Supra Pro Bono Profile: Q&A with Farella Braun + Martel partner Tony Schoenberg about his work related to a Sunnyvale, Calif., ordinance that bans the possession of large-capacity gun magazines…more

Firearms, Gun Laws, Municipalities, NRA, Pro Bono

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New Accessibility Disclosure Requirements for Commercial Landlords in 2013

The California legislature and the San Francisco Board of Supervisors recently enacted separate laws imposing on landlords disclosure requirements relating to accessibility on commercial properties. In addition, the San…more

Accessibility Rules, CASp, Commercial Leases, Disclosure Requirements, Landlords

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US Supreme Court Holds cDNA Patent Eligible, but Isolated DNA Not

On June 13, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc., 569 U.S. ___ (2013). The case concerned whether claims drawn to isolated DNA and cDNA were patent…more

AMP v Myriad, DNA, Gene Patenting, Human Genes, Myriad

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Cyber Attacks on Infrastructure are Increasing: Review Your Insurance As “Internet Of Things” Risks Grow and Change

In the December post Systemic Cyber Risks And The Internet of Things, we wrote about the increasing risk of cyber attacks on infrastructure and consumer products, and related insurance issues. We noted in that post that, while…more

Cyber Attacks, Cyber Insurance, Cybersecurity, Drones, Electricity

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U.S. Supreme Court Issues Landmark Decision Authorizing Review of Wetland Jurisdictional Determinations

On May 31, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an eagerly anticipated decision that will benefit landowners and developers by authorizing immediate judicial review of Approved Jurisdictional Determinations (JDs) issued by the…more

Administrative Appeals, Administrative Procedure Act, Clean Water Act, Due Process, EPA

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Supervisor-Caused Stress is Not a “Disability” under the FEHA

The inability to work under a particular supervisor because of anxiety and stress related to the supervisor’s standard oversight of job performance is not a disability recognized under California’s Fair Employment and Housing…more

Adjustment Disorder, California Family Rights Act (CFRA), Disability Discrimination, Disability Leave, FEHA

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Arsenic in Wine: What You Need to Know About the Class Action Claims

What is the Doris Charles, et al. v. The Wine Group, et al., No. BC576061 (Cal. Sup. Ct., Los Angeles County) lawsuit? A lawsuit filed last week as a class action against wineries, wine distributors and wine retailers…more

Class Action, Class Certification, EPA, Food Safety, Proposition 65

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Public-Private Partnerships in California - Part II

Current funding levels for public infrastructure in the United States are inadequate. Existing infrastructure is crumbling due to long-deferred maintenance and new infrastructure needed by the public is not being built. …more

Infrastructure, Public Private Partnerships (P3s)

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Major League Baseball Is Exempt From The Antitrust Laws – Like It Or Not: The “Unrealistic,” “Inconsistent,” And “Illogical” Antitrust Exemption For Baseball That Just Won’t Go Away.

The Athletics baseball team has been located in Oakland, California for many years. Several years ago, the A’s decided they would like to move their franchise to San Jose, which they anticipate would be a more profitable…more

Antitrust Provisions, Antitrust Violations, Baseball, Exemptions, MLB

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Three Ways to Guard Heirs From Big Wine Realty Tax Bill

Estate-planning is often focused on reducing or eliminating estate tax at death. As the estate-tax exemption has increased in recent years — currently $5.45 million and counting — there is a shift to planning for income and…more

Estate Planning, Estate Tax, Exclusions, Heirs, Property Tax

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California Supreme Court Rejects CEQA Guideline Requiring Analysis of the Existing Environment’s Impacts on a Proposed Project

A unanimous California Supreme Court has held that the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) generally does not require an analysis of how existing environmental conditions will impact a project’s future users or…more

Bay Area Air Quality Management District, CA Supreme Court, California Building Industry Association (CBIA), CEQA, Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

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Do You Know What’s In Your Portfolio Company’s D&O Insurance?

When a venture capital or private equity firm invests in a portfolio company (PC) and places a general partner on the PC’s board, they typically require that the PC agree to defend and indemnify the board member in any…more

Board of Directors, D&O Insurance, Duty to Defend, Indemnification Clauses, Portfolio Companies

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Maximizing Homeowner Insurance Coverage Benefits After a Fire

Before worrying about an insurance claim, first ensure that you and your family, including pets and extended family, have their immediate needs met. When you are ready to begin the recovery process, we have outlined three steps…more

Fire Damage, Homeowner's Insurance

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Arsenic in Wine: What You Need to Know About the Class Action Claims

What is the Doris Charles, et al. v. The Wine Group, et al., No. BC576061 (Cal. Sup. Ct., Los Angeles County) lawsuit? A lawsuit filed last week as a class action against wineries, wine distributors and wine retailers…more

Class Action, Class Certification, EPA, Food Safety, Proposition 65

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Growers Can Lien on Distressed Wineries

A lot goes into the making of great wine, and when a winery becomes financially unstable, there are a lot of competing interests that need to be satisfied, including the banks that provide the winery with financing, the growers…more

Farms, Licenses, Liens, Perfected Security Interest, Secured Debt

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