Riverside Business Journal
Wednesday, February 08, 2023
GUEST COLUMNS

Thursday, February 2, 2023

A control group is not always needed, but be cautious about skipping one, and make sure it is an intentional and educated choice.
When criminal charges have been filed while civil litigation is pending, the dynamics of the civil litigation will change.
To be patentable, however, both designs and functional inventions must satisfy two requirements.
Shipping documents indicate the soil was contaminated with DDT, an insecticide the federal Environmental Protection Agency banned decades ago and that research has linked to premature births, cancer and environmental harms.
To build a strong economy and fight inequality, California's new class of legislators need to change the imbalance of power that leaves workers vulnerable to retaliation.
Today, as the federal government ends its mpox state of emergency, those clinics say bureaucracy is once again standing in the way.

Wednesday, February 1, 2023

The Monterey Park violence is viewed in many circles as a form of expressing disagreement. That view affects all of us as a nation.
In the last quarter of 2022, the Court of Appeal issued five decisions involving PAGA, but none of them directly addressed the question of whether resolution of the individual claim (in arbitration or otherwise) barred the employee from pursuing a representative claim.
The reduced flow in the river has forced major cutbacks for the states that rely on the river to supply water to as many as 40 million residents of the region.

Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Why did the chicken cross the road? Because he didn't have to use a crosswalk to get to the other side.

Thursday, January 26, 2023

Logical analysis may give structure to estate or trust negotiations. But each dispute will be based on factors that cannot consistently be evaluated and weighed against others.
A federal jury trial is scheduled for March 14 in Los Angeles for Christopher Kamon, who is accused of draining $8 million from the law firm's accounts.
Lawmakers from seven other states, including Connecticut, Hawaii, New York, Illinois and Washington were introducing new taxes for the rich on the same day.
The framework for distinguishing patents that claim laws of nature, natural phenomena, and abstract ideas from those that claim patent-eligible applications of those concepts is a two-step process.
In dismissing the latest iteration of the complaint, U.S. District Judge Percy Anderson found that the plaintiffs had failed to plead factual details proving that the company knowingly misled shareholders about sexual discrimination allegations and investigations in SEC filings.

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Ms. Gutierrez-Reed maintains that she doesn't know how the weapon had live rounds in it and that she is not to blame for the death of Hayla Hutchins. If that were true, then where is the witness to testify that they saw Mr. Baldwin or someone else put bullets in the weapon?
The persuasive attorney and wise jurist recognize that the historical underpinnings of a law, decision, or custom is critical to its proper application, whether in making an argument or in supporting a judicial ruling. In short, in the field of law, the past guides the future.
A phalanx of left-leaning legislators, led by Assemblyman Alex Lee, a San Jose Democrat, introduced the new measures – a bill and a constitutional amendment – as part of a nationwide drive by progressives for wealth taxes in California and other blue states. They hope that imposing wealth taxes at the state level would spur a national tax.

Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Non-breaching parties to a letter of intent may have a claim for costs incurred in reliance on that promise if that promise is breached.
Some advocates say the proposed school funding in the budget waters down the intent of the bill and will perpetuate the achievement gap for Black students.
The COVID-19 pandemic pushed the 51-year-old hospital over the brink, hospital leaders said.

Monday, January 23, 2023

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether the IRS may issue a summons seeking an innocent party's records without providing that person notice.
Why hack corporate databases to get personal data? Just read the person's brainwaves instead.
State officials say we need to build 180,00 new units of housing each year to meet demand, even though the state's population has been slowly declining of late
While that particular policy changed last year and now children with Medi-Cal who are system-involved or have experienced trauma theoretically have access to benefits, the ability to actually receive care has not materially improved.

Friday, January 20, 2023

Coinbase sides with the majority view, lamenting in its petition that it has been forced to answer two complaints that seek to proceed as class actions and face imminent discovery
The only practical solution is for Congress to promptly act to increase the debt ceiling, which it recently did with bipartisan support on three occasions during the Trump Administration, to protect the full faith and credit of the United States.
That's with good reason. Financial wisdom is a gift that can have lifelong rewards and last longer than a monetary gift.
Although founded on fairness principles, Newsom's proposed tax will do little to address the underlying root causes of the price spikes.
Sites that are operating under 50% capacity are scheduled to close before the end of January.

Thursday, January 19, 2023

Gov. Gavin Newsom acknowledged the growing resentment as he introduced his new state budget last week. "People have just had it," he told reporters. "They want the encampments cleaned up."
These shortsighted actions are also an assault on our sacred connection to the land, which is fundamental to who we are as Native people.
Each of these cases could significantly impact IP law. For that reason, we will keep a close eye, and I will likely write about each of these cases as they continue to develop.
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