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Schools and Students: A Special Relationship

2022-07-22T14:58:55-07:00July 22, 2022|

           The safety of school children should be paramount. It is not. That much has been made clear time and time again. Entrenched political division has left society’s most cherished, its most vulnerable. It is an unacceptable outcome. A failing neither ...

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There’s something fishy about the bees

2022-06-24T13:37:41-07:00June 24, 2022|

           Bees are insects. Insects are not fish. Bees are not fish. Simple analysis. And, simply wrong. Bees are fish, according to the California Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District. Fishermen, elementary school science teachers, and all you befuddled readers, take ...

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2022-06-17T14:47:30-07:00June 17, 2022|

           You’ve all seen those sample tables at the end of the aisles at Costco stores. In our case today, Lilyan Hussaine was shopping at a Costco store in San Diego. Club Demonstration Services (CDS), an independent contractor who operated food ...

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Easement Issues when Buying or Selling Real Property: California Court of Appeal Declines to Create Exclusive Implied Easement When Lot Line Application Was Not Finalized

2022-06-08T16:08:26-07:00June 6, 2022|

In Truckee, Grass Valley, Nevada City, Placer County, and many other areas around Lake Tahoe and the Sierra region, landowners wrestle with easements, encroachments, and related land use problems. Many homeowners have listed or intend to list their properties on the real estate market to ...

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2022-06-03T13:41:53-07:00June 3, 2022|

           Law is rarely black and white. Lawyers live in the gray - arguing the intricacies and ambiguities of the law for the benefit of their clients. But clear, and often harsh, lines exist when it comes to statues of limitations. ...

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