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Oops! What to Do When Privileged Material Is Inadvertently Produced

In the rush of document production, it’s always possible that privileged material will be inadvertently produced to the opposing party. What happens then? Is the privilege lost? Continue reading

What Expert Attorneys Do During Direct Examination

How the attorney and witness appear to the jury can be as important as the words that are spoken. Here are four tips from expert trial attorneys that will make your direct examination more effective regardless of what you ask the witness. Continue reading

Do’s and Don’ts of Tenant Screening

Residential landlords have the right to choose the best tenant they can find. That probably means a tenant who seems most able to comply with the lease terms, pay the rent on time, avoid damaging the premises, and refrain from disturbing other tenants. Here’s what a landlord can do to find that tenant—and where there are limits. Continue reading

How to Shorten or Extend Time for Your Motion

The timing on making motions is both a procedural and a tactical matter. Sometimes you’ll need a hearing date that’s sooner than would be normally possible, and other times you’ll want to file a notice of motion or get a hearing date that’s after the last date allowed. Here’s how to get the timing to work for you. Continue reading

Providing for a Pet After Its Owner Dies: Pet Trusts

Pets play an important part in the lives of many people, and pet owners often want to arrange for the financial support and care of their animals after the owner dies. To make this happen, the best option is usually to include specific provisions in a trust. Continue reading

6 Things Every CA Employer Should Know About Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

The recent allegations of sexual harassment against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has renewed awareness of sexual harassment issues in the American public, and hopefully in American employers. California has long required sexual harassment prevention training, but many employers have questions about how it works. Here are some answers. Continue reading

This Is How to Count the Days in a Contract

Computing the time for performing an act under a contract may not be as straightforward as it seems—and miscalculating can have dire effects. Learn these rules on counting the days and, better yet, include a provision in the contract on how it’s to be done so that everyone can count on it. Continue reading

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