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May

1.4 Billion Not Enough to Establish General Jurisdiction

 

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Apr

Are You Using Updated Notary Acknowledgment and Jurat Forms?


 

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Jan

How to Authenticate an Electronic Signature

 

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06


Jan

#YouJustBoughtMyHouse?

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17


Dec

When an E-Mail Signature is an Electronic Signature is a Settlement Signature

 

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Dec

Do Your Website and Mobile App Comply with the ADA?

 

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Sep

CA Becomes First State To Ban Plastic Bags

Christopher E. Ng, Esq.
 


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09


Jun

CA Law to Fine Websites Nationally

Amidst the increasing public frustration over the use and leaking of private personally identifying information (“PII”) by government and private entities, California Attorney General Kamala Harris recently issued guidelines to help companies comply with the California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003 (“CalOPPA”).
 

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Apr

Retweets Worth 6 Million?

Retweets Worth 6 Million? 

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19


Sep

EInsight Minimum Wage Increase

In the closing days of its annual session, the California Legislature approved a minimum wage hike last week. The bill which passed both the California State Assembly and Senate by wide majorities will increase the state minimum wage to $9.00 per hour by July 2014 and to $10.00 per hour by January 2016. For now, the boost will make California’s minimum wage the highest state minimum wage in the United States. The minimum wage increase will also necessarily increase the minimum salary payable to “exempt" employees under California law (employees must be paid a monthly salary of at least twice the minimum wage for full-time employment). Governor Brown said he will sign the bill into law. 

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