October 10, 2016

New Rule in Favor of Foreign Entrepreneurs Entering the U.S.

New proposed regulations would make it easier for foreign entrepreneurs who want to start businesses in the United States. Many businesses have been created or co-created by foreign students who were here to study in […]
September 30, 2016

Should Workers’ Compensation Be Offered to Gig Economy Workers?

With the economic landscape changing to include more and more gig workers, concerns over on-the-job injuries have begun to arise. Gig economy workers do not typically get workers’ compensation from the companies they work for. […]
September 28, 2016

E-Cigarette Smokers Are at Risk of Personal Injury

E-cigarettes are very popular with people who are trying to quit smoking, and with people who want to continue to smoke but are trying to reduce the side effects to their health. Additionally, some people […]
September 8, 2016

The A-B-C’s of Criminal Defense Strategies

Being accused of a criminal offense can be life-altering. If you end up being charged for the offense, your life could be permanently changed with the potential to face years in prison. Fortunately, there are […]
August 22, 2016

The Latest Changes on DUI Sobriety-Tests

In recent years, courts have been at the forefront of a dynamic development in constitutional privacy issues and warrant requirements encountered during DUI stops. In her California Lawyer article “DUI Blood Draw: Is a Warrant […]

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