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Posts on Jan 1970

Legal Electronic Resources

California Judicial Council forms are updated at least once a year.  The Court sets a drop-dead date after which the clerks will reject an obsolete Judicial Council form.  It’s important to have your staff check the Judicial Council website in January and July of each year to check for revisions at www.courtinfo.ca.gov/forms and click on “Recent Changes.”

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Social Media Policies

Just a short while ago the response of business to employees’ use of social media during the workday was simply that it was not allowed.  More recently, as the line between personal and business use of social media blurs, businesses are developing social media policies to be used in the workplace.  Such policies serve the purpose of clarifying appropriate use of technology while at work while acknowledging that employees take advantage of technology throughout the day for personal and business reasons. 

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Great time to Review Your Current Estate Plan

As most people have heard, Congress cobbled together new rules regarding the estate and gift tax that will be in place for a whopping two years. Despite the obvious tenuousness associated with laws in place for only two years, the general consensus is that congress is unable to take away that which it has bestowed.

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New Associate Attorney

We are proud to announce that Heather Whitham has joined the firm as an associate attorney. Heather will join the firm’s municipal and land use practice areas. Click here to learn more about her.

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Professionals and Social Media

We pride ourselves on our ability to effectively communicate with coworkers, clients and the community at large via an array of technological tools.   Professionally, we may be members of LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter or a host of other social media networks. 

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