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The “Mansion Tax” and Its Effect on the Future of Real Estate Transactions in Los Angeles

The United to House LA measure (Measure ULA), approved by Los Angeles voters in November 2022, established a new Homelessness and Housing Solutions Tax, often referred to as the "Mansion Read More

A Clear-Eyed View of the Corporate Transparency Act

The Corporate Transparency Act was enacted in January 2021 and goes into effect on January 1, 2024.  It requires companies to report information regarding the Beneficial Owners, defined below, of Read More

The Battle for Independent Contractor Status in California Continues

For certain employers whose business model includes the use of independent contractors in California, the past four years has been a confusing time.  They have been confronted with a policy Read More

Recent Developments in Class Actions: Federal Courts’ Application of Ramirez

Last year, class action practitioners waited anxiously for the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez (“Ramirez”).  Would the Court impose stringent new standing requirements for class relief? Read More

Caltrux Featured Article: Are Virtual Trials & Court Proceedings Here To Stay?

Attorneys Geoffrey Stover and Andrew Huang review how virtual trials and court proceedings are evolving after the pandemic.  Read the article by clicking here. Read More

When Pigs Fly?

As a result of the pandemic, many of us did not spend much time on airplanes in 2020.  When things return to “normal” in 2021, at least one thing will Read More

Arbitration Clauses Are Not Always Enforceable

Two recent California Courts of Appeal decisions illustrate possible pitfalls in defendants’ attempts to compel arbitration of an employment dispute.In Garcia v. Haralambos Beverage Co., 2021 DJDAR 118, the Second Read More

The DOT Defines Unfair and Deceptive Practices

The US Department of Transportation (“DOT”) has been regulating unfair and deceptive practices for a long time pursuant to 49 U.S.C. 41712(a) (“Section 41712(a)”).  While there have been many specific Read More

Be Careful of Arbitration Provisions

Most business people, and some consumers, are aware that many of the contracts into which they enter contain arbitration provisions. Such provisions typically provide that, should a dispute arise under Read More

Business Interruption Insurance Update

As the world continues to grapple with the public health ramifications of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, a key dispute with significant economic consequences has developed between businesses and their insurance Read More

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