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General Counsel Controversy Erupts, and New NLRB Chairman Appointed
What a difference a day can make. On the first day of the Biden administration, the President gave the General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board until 5 p.m. to resign or be fired. GC Peter Robb (R) declined to do so. MORE.
The Evaluator: 2021 Valuation Analyses
A California appellate court has affirmed a trial court decision that upheld the Los Angeles County Assessor’s reassessment of a property, which was subject to a transfer between a corporation and a Trust that owned all of the voting stock in the corporation. MORE.
Court allows private law claim for recovery of expenses
Modern life (particularly in the context of the welfare state) is full of overlapping obligations, which vary in terms of priority: if one party fails to discharge its liability, another’s liability kicks in. MORE.
California Requires Child Abuse Training and Reporting For Supervisors and HR Managers
California’s Child Abuse and Neglect Report Act (CANRA) requires individuals who are statutorily defined as “mandated reporters” to report known or reasonably suspected child abuse or neglect to law enforcement personnel and social service agencies. MORE.