An "At Will" Employment Relationship Does Not Mean Former Employees Do Not Have Rights.
August 11th, 2014
It is widely known that California is “at will” state. This means an employer (or an employee) in California may end the employment relationship at any time for any reason or for no reason. Termination may be with or without notice and th… Read MoreRead More
Maximizing Your Personal Injury Recovery: Dealing with Liens and Reimbursement Claims
June 6th, 2014
Many personal injury claimants settle their claims without considering the possibility that health insurers, hospitals, and other care providers involved in the treatment of their personal injuries has a right of reimbursement or, in some cases, a li… Read MoreRead More
Getting Compensation for Work Related Injuries
April 16th, 2014
Work related injuries can be especially devastating because they may prevent a person from working and making a living. To help pay bills while they are recovering from their injuries, many work injury victims choose to file workers compensation clai… Read MoreRead More
Categories: Employment Law, Personal Injury
What Is Dispute Resolution?
April 11th, 2014
Conflict is an inherent aspect of modern living. In many cases, conflict can generate new ways of thinking, lead to compromises, and open up new lines of communication, but only if parties to the dispute are willing to talk. There is a an entire area… Read MoreRead More
Why You Should Hire an Orange County Accident Attorney
March 20th, 2014
Thinking clearly after being involved in an auto accident can be harder than you realize. You have to make a lot of important decisions in a very brief space of time, all while juggling calls to the insurance company, pursuing necessary medical treat… Read MoreRead More
Resolving Construction Disputes
March 18th, 2014
Disputes can arise in any industry, despite all parties taking measure to prevent them. In the construction industry, disputes often arise as a result of imprecise contractual language, technical miscommunications, and other detail-oriented concerns.… Read MoreRead More
What Does a Labor Attorney Do?
March 4th, 2014
Most lawyers have an area of legal practice that they specialize in. This specialization is necessary because the legal concerns of clients can be so diverse. An expert level of knowledge is often required to meet client needs. A labor attorney deals… Read MoreRead More
Categories: Employment Law
Small Business Litigation
February 21st, 2014
One thing small businesses and large businesses have in common is liability. Even before a business owner hires employees, he or she can be vulnerable to contract disputes, product liability lawsuits, and creditor liens. Once an owner hires an employ… Read MoreRead More
What Is Business Law?
February 14th, 2014
Anyone who owns a company should be able to answer the question, “What is business law?” This is particularly true for someone who is starting a new business. This type of law covers all aspects of the business life cycle, from creation to operat… Read MoreRead More
What Is Business Litigation?
February 7th, 2014
In order to control legal liability, all business owners need to have a firm understanding of the answers to the question, “What is business litigation?” Litigation is the claim of damages brought by an accuser, known as the complainant, against… Read MoreRead More