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The Dangers of Misclassifying Your Workers

Employers are often confused about what makes a worker an employee rather than an independent contractor. The distinction is of great importance, as misclassification can lead to litigation by, and damages owed to, a number of different players, including the

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Many thanks to Norcast and SLO Fire

Our block of Marsh Street is closed to through traffic during the construction on San Luis Drive. Recently, a delivery truck was going too fast to make the turn at the Road Closed sign and decided to use our driveway

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Naccasha Attends World Business Forum

Founding Partner Ziyad Naccasha traveled with a group from the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce to New York City this past November and attended the World Business Forum. Read his ‘takeaway’ from the event as well as those of

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Dallas Mosier Named Partner

Carmel & Naccasha LLP is pleased to announce that attorney Dallas K. Mosier has been promoted to partner at the firm. “Dallas’ strong commitment to his clients, his co-workers and the community at large exemplify the team work and service

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When a Policy Limits Demand can be Abusive

Demands for insurance policy limits frequently generate substantial concern for  insurers.  A properly executed policy limits demand that is rejected by an insurer will “open the policy” and expose the insurer to liability in excess of its policy limits.  The

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Will California Adopt Limited License Legal Technicians?

On September 9, 2015 Carmel & Naccasha LLP’s paralegals attended a continuing legal education event put on by the Central Coast Paralegal Association (CCPA).  The CCPA presented a lunch time speaker, Mitchel L. Winick, President and Dean of the Monterey

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The Dangers of Misclassifying Your Workers

Employers are often confused about what makes a worker an employee rather than an independent contractor. The distinction is of great importance, as misclassification can lead to litigation by, and damages owed to, a number of different players, including the

Read More »

Many thanks to Norcast and SLO Fire

Our block of Marsh Street is closed to through traffic during the construction on San Luis Drive. Recently, a delivery truck was going too fast to make the turn at the Road Closed sign and decided to use our driveway

Read More »

Naccasha Attends World Business Forum

Founding Partner Ziyad Naccasha traveled with a group from the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce to New York City this past November and attended the World Business Forum. Read his ‘takeaway’ from the event as well as those of

Read More »

Dallas Mosier Named Partner

Carmel & Naccasha LLP is pleased to announce that attorney Dallas K. Mosier has been promoted to partner at the firm. “Dallas’ strong commitment to his clients, his co-workers and the community at large exemplify the team work and service

Read More »

When a Policy Limits Demand can be Abusive

Demands for insurance policy limits frequently generate substantial concern for  insurers.  A properly executed policy limits demand that is rejected by an insurer will “open the policy” and expose the insurer to liability in excess of its policy limits.  The

Read More »

Will California Adopt Limited License Legal Technicians?

On September 9, 2015 Carmel & Naccasha LLP’s paralegals attended a continuing legal education event put on by the Central Coast Paralegal Association (CCPA).  The CCPA presented a lunch time speaker, Mitchel L. Winick, President and Dean of the Monterey

Read More »

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