Category: Commercial/Business Litigation

Websites and the Americans with Disabilities Act

Since its initial enactment in 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) has been a source of much litigation. Historically, ADA litigation focused on access to brick-and-mortar businesses and the alleged lack of adequate facilities for individuals with disabilities. Recently,

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Privacy Policies: Are You in Compliance?

My previous post was regarding cybersecurity and some of the dangers lurking behind our widely-used “secure” technologies and authentication systems. A related issue is what you, as a business owner, chief technology officer or other data collector, must do to

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Proposition 65 Claims may be Covered by Insurance

Proposition 65 requires warning labels to be placed on all products containing lead.  Although there is a clear need for the protections and warnings that the statute was intended to provide, unfortunately, in San Luis Obispo and throughout California, attorneys

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The Life Cycle of a Civil Lawsuit – Part Two

What is Our Judge Doing? Although the assigned judge is not attending depositions or participating directly in the discovery proceedings, she is still very interested in the case.  The court will typically hold a case management conference (CMC) about 90

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Sometimes the Law Makes Sense

The legal cases that typically capture the most public attention are those that appear to be ridiculous or outrageous.  Probably the most infamous example is the McDonald’s “hot coffee” case.  However, for every instance in which a court or jury

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A Useful Step in Choosing a Lawyer

Corporate CEOs, career criminals, and Larry King may have substantial experience in selecting lawyers to represent their interests but many people don't know how to go about selecting a lawyer.  A yellow pages ad will typically provide general information about

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Websites and the Americans with Disabilities Act

Since its initial enactment in 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) has been a source of much litigation. Historically, ADA litigation focused on access to brick-and-mortar businesses and the alleged lack of adequate facilities for individuals with disabilities. Recently,

Read More »

Privacy Policies: Are You in Compliance?

My previous post was regarding cybersecurity and some of the dangers lurking behind our widely-used “secure” technologies and authentication systems. A related issue is what you, as a business owner, chief technology officer or other data collector, must do to

Read More »

Proposition 65 Claims may be Covered by Insurance

Proposition 65 requires warning labels to be placed on all products containing lead.  Although there is a clear need for the protections and warnings that the statute was intended to provide, unfortunately, in San Luis Obispo and throughout California, attorneys

Read More »

The Life Cycle of a Civil Lawsuit – Part Two

What is Our Judge Doing? Although the assigned judge is not attending depositions or participating directly in the discovery proceedings, she is still very interested in the case.  The court will typically hold a case management conference (CMC) about 90

Read More »

Sometimes the Law Makes Sense

The legal cases that typically capture the most public attention are those that appear to be ridiculous or outrageous.  Probably the most infamous example is the McDonald’s “hot coffee” case.  However, for every instance in which a court or jury

Read More »

A Useful Step in Choosing a Lawyer

Corporate CEOs, career criminals, and Larry King may have substantial experience in selecting lawyers to represent their interests but many people don't know how to go about selecting a lawyer.  A yellow pages ad will typically provide general information about

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