Riverside Business Journal
Monday, August 15, 2022
GUEST COLUMNS

Wednesday, August 3, 2022

The time is ripe for courts to take a new look at jurisdictional issues involving national corporations. The business landscape that was in place when International Shoe and its progeny were decided is a thing of the past.
The Framers knew that divisions of power between governments and their branches would promote individual liberty and they thus enshrined this principle into our founding document. While the Court has not always faithfully upheld this structure, there are signs it is rebuilding these protections.
For years, some companies have worked hard to conceal vital safety information so that they can continue making profits.
Affordable and efficient electric vehicles are critical to California's efforts to tackle climate change and clean up its polluted air — by 2035, the state plans to ban all new sales of gas-powered cars.
"I hope people understand that we're doing this because our eye is focused on protection of resources and safety of the visitors," said Leonel Arguello, the park's resource manager.

Tuesday, July 19, 2022

When a litigant who has lost in the trial court tells you that a win on appeal is certain, run away. If the litigant tells you that the lawyer who tried the case agrees, run faster.
Abusers have been known to try to interfere with their victims' use of contraception, access to information, or have used coercive tactics to attempt to control the outcome of a pregnancy.

Monday, July 18, 2022

Pinpointing the date of separation is a highly fact-based process that requires a court to consider the parties' expressed intentions in conjunction with their objective actions.
The escalating dispute is increasing pressure on Gov. Gavin Newsom to outline a game plan for implementing AB 5, a law he signed in 2019 requiring companies to reclassify many of their independent contractors as employees and grant them the requisite benefits.
The California Urban Water Agencies, an association of 11 of California's largest urban water suppliers, know what it takes to preserve this precious resource.
In California and nationally, the most cited reason for people being uninsured or underinsured is cost.
Over two years into the coronavirus pandemic, we're all exhausted by the threat of infectious diseases. But let's be clear: Monkeypox is unlikely to become the next COVID-19.
New York Times News Service
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies via videoconference before a hearing of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust in Washington, D.C. Wednesday.

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