California Targets Financial Services Industry With New Enforcement Agency by Vince Farhat and Remi Salter After months of back and forth, Governor Gavin Newsom’s state version of the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, often referred to as California’s “mini-CFPB,” is finally a reality. In late August, the California Legislature passed AB 1864, which creates the […]
For more information on how we can help your business, visit our COVID-19 Resource Center. As businesses continue to grapple with the operational and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the California legislature has again imposed additional COVID-related burdens on California employers, this time in the form of additional mandatory paid sick leave. The new law, […]
An article by Mark Riera titled “’Fortnite’ battle royale: Epic Games vs Apple and Google,” was published by the Daily Journal on August 27th, 2020.
Eric Bardwell and Matthew Landa co-wrote the article, “Wondering if Wandry Works? The Devil Is in the Details,” published by TaxNotes.
Eric Bardwell co-wrote the article, “Tax Court Ruling Highlights Importance Of Formula Clauses,” published by Law360.
For more information on how we can help your business, visit our COVID-19 Resource Center. Expansion of the Main Street Lending Program to Nonprofit Organizations On July 17, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston announced the expansion of the Main Street Lending Program to extend credit to nonprofit organizations such as hospitals and social service […]
An article by Stan Gibson and Jessica Newman titled “Deepfakes: dangers and developments,” was published by the Los Angeles Daily Journal on July 2, 2020.
Rex Hwang and Shenel Ozisik wrote the MCLE Self-Study Article, “Inequitable Conduct Standard,” which appeared in the Summer 2020 issue of New Matter, Vol. 45, No. 2.
Daniel Freedman and Justin Anderson posted a blog titled “Alert: Major Changes to ADU Laws Permit Additional Units to Single and Multi-Family Buildings” on the California Land Use Blog on March 5th, 2020.
We live in unprecedented times. Never before in modern history has the United States voluntarily shut-down its entire national economy in order to stop a virus pandemic. Payrolls have dropped by more than 21 million workers, wiping-out a decade of job gains. New orders, production, hiring, and new exports all fell again in May. As […]