Susan Allison wrote the article “Anti-SLAPP Motions: Courts Taking a Much Closer Look,” published in The Recorder.
Bob Braun and Jim Butler’s article “Is GDPR Legislation Coming to U.S. Hotels?” was picked up by Hotel Online.
Jim Butler and Marty Orlick’s article “New ‘accessibility’ regulations for electric vehicle charging stations” was picked up by Hotel Online, Hotel Resource and Hospitality Net.
With the surge in popularity of electric and hybrid vehicles, the need to provide Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (EVCS) is on the rise at hotels, shopping centers, theatres, stadiums, apartment communities and parking garages. Whether on highways or at dealerships, if your EVCS are not accessible to your disabled guests, customers, tenants, or transient parkers, here is what you […]
Jim Butler’s article “What Do Top Hotel Executives See on the Horizon for 2018?” was picked up by Hotel Online and 4 Hoteliers.
Jodi Smith’s article “Will Your Business Be Ready For The New Calif. Prop 65?” was published by Law360.
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its opinion regarding the use of class action waivers in employment arbitration agreements. In a significant victory for employers, the Court ruled that such class action waivers are enforceable and can be used to compel employees to resolve employment-related claims through individual arbitration proceedings. The decision, Epic Systems […]
Jim Butler and Bob Braun’s article “GDPR: What you need to know about the EU’s new data privacy rules” was picked up by Hotel Online.
This article was first published by Law360 in February 2018 and is reprinted with permission. In Gaynor v. Bulen,1 California’s Court of Appeal recently articulated the proper approach for determining whether allegations constitute protected activity under the anti-SLAPP statute,2 a standard most recently clarified by the California Supreme Court in Baral v. Schnitt (“Baral“),3 and Park […]
Martin Stratte wrote “California Court Grants CEQA Defendant Discovery into Plaintiff-Group’s Standing” published in the Washington Legal Foundation—Legal Opinion Letter in May 2018, Vol. 27, No. 7.