Paid Time Off Amid COVID-19

Just yesterday, Governor Newsom issued an Executive Order informing Californians that, with limited exception, all persons living the in State of California have been ordered to stay home until further notice. This order does not apply to those people whose jobs fall within the federally defined “critical infrastructure” and the full list can be found…
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Employer Response to COVID-19 & Social Distancing

In California, it is no longer “business as usual”. In an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus, counties across the state have issued orders for residents to “shelter in place” or something similar. With movie theaters, gyms, schools, and restaurants (to name a few types of businesses) no longer operating…
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How to File an Unemployment Claim in California

Like many Californians, you may have just received the shocking news that you have been let go from your job. The first thing you need to do, and quickly, is determine whether you qualify for unemployment benefits. Next, you will need to file your unemployment claim. You will want to file your claim within one…
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Do I Qualify for Unemployment in California?

Many Californians are finding themselves in a position they never thought possible – unemployed. COVID-19, or the novel Coronavirus, has forced countless businesses throughout the state to temporarily close their doors and let go of employees, leaving these employees with serious concerns about where their next paycheck will come from and how they will pay…
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How Long Do I Have to File an Auto Accident Claim?

Car Accident
If you have been involved in a car accident in Orange County, you may have a lot of questions, including questions involving how long you have to file your claim. Delaying too long could put your ability to recover financial compensation for your injuries at risk. Statute of Limitations in CA Car Accidents In general,…
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#MeToo Means More than Harassment for CA Business Owners

For California business owners, the #MeToo movement extends to more than sexual harassment in the workplace. Indeed, it now covers how these claims are handled by employers across the state. Not surprisingly, #MeToo has generated several legislative bills, a number of which are focusing on prohibiting private arbitration of sexual harassment claims or outlawing confidentiality…
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Orange County Uber Accident Basics

According to a recent study, approximately 15% of the miles driven in California are by Uber and Lyft drivers. This study, and other news articles in cities across our golden state, reveal that these ride-sharing apps have conversely also created additional traffic on the road. If you follow the news, then you know that Uber…
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