Vaccine Policies Under Operation Warp-Speed

Operation Warp-Speed well under way and millions of Californians vaccinated for COVID-19, many still have yet to be vaccinated. And some do not want to be. In fact, a recent survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation found that 27% of Americans are “vaccine hesitant,” saying they probably or definitely would not [...]

By |2021-04-28T07:08:37-07:00April 28th, 2021|EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Critical Estate Planning Documents: Avoiding Litigation

Although estate planning is very personal, and requires a detailed understanding of your intent, there are four critical documents that every California estate plan should have, particularly if you want your heirs to avoid probate or costly litigation. Will Your will serves as the ultimate guidebook on who will receive the [...]

By |2021-04-28T07:08:15-07:00April 28th, 2021|BLOG|0 Comments

Biden Administration: How Employers Can Prepare

What can employers expect next in terms of COVID legislation and oversight? Since President Biden took office, he has signed a number of Executive Orders relating to COVID-19 as well as a detailed, if not ambitious, 200-page National Strategy For The COVID-19 Response and Pandemic Preparedness (the “Plan”). The purpose of [...]

By |2021-02-16T07:27:07-07:00February 16th, 2021|BLOG, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Updated Guidance for Employers re: FFCRA

As we have discussed in previous posts, the 2020 Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) was drafted to provide temporary paid leave benefits due to COVID-19. The benefits extended to employees of U.S. employers with less than 500 employees. While the FFCRA leave benefits expired under the original statute on December [...]

By |2021-01-29T12:27:46-07:00January 29th, 2021|BLOG, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

2021 Laws Affecting California Businesses

Several new laws went into effect at the start of this year, several of which have a substantial impact on California businesses.  These laws range from Covid-19 policies, minimum wage increases, to expanded leave benefits. Continue reading for highlights of the new laws, effective January 1, 2021. Notification of Potential Covid-19 [...]

By |2021-01-25T10:22:52-07:00January 25th, 2021|BLOG, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Business Interruption Insurance Claim Filing Deadlines

Last March, businesses across the state of California were forced to temporarily and permanently shutter their doors. For business owners considering filing an insurance claim for business interruption resulting from the pandemic, now is the time. What’s more, if your business filed a claim that your insurer has disputed, you may [...]

By |2021-01-14T18:16:48-07:00January 14th, 2021|BLOG, BUSINESS LITIGATION|0 Comments

Bonuses and Commissions

When companies put their financial interests over employee rights, issues can arise. One common issue relates to bonus and commission earners. As a California employee, you have the right to be paid what you have earned and there are several California laws that protect against the unlawful withholding of bonuses and [...]

By |2021-01-04T12:08:53-07:00January 4th, 2021|BLOG, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Prop 22 and App-Drivers

Over the last year, we have talked extensively about AB 5 and its effect on businesses and workers across California. To recap, AB 5 codified the Dynamex court decision and made the ABC Test for classifying workers as independent contractors the law in California. Many independent contractors were negatively affected by [...]

By |2021-01-04T12:01:35-07:00January 4th, 2021|BLOG, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Wrongful Termination in California

Over the last six months, many people have found themselves without work, and for a number of these workers, their unemployment status is not welcome. During the coronavius pandemic, many businesses have had to quickly cut costs and sometimes, this includes terminating hardworking men and women. While California is an at-will [...]

By |2021-02-16T08:16:22-07:00September 16th, 2020|BLOG, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Re-Opening During COVID-19

As counties are taken off the COVID-19 watch list and state and local governments slowly permit employees to return to work, California employers need to be prepared to protect both themselves and their employees against a myriad of issues relating to COVID-19. In our current climate of uncertainty, those issues can [...]

By |2021-02-16T08:06:14-07:00August 20th, 2020|BLOG, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Misclassification Lawsuit Against Uber, Lyft

In another update to the AB5 independent contractor litigation, the California Labor Commissioner’s Office has recently filed lawsuits against transportation companies Uber and Lyft for committing wage theft by misclassifying employees as independent contractors.  The lawsuits allege that by misclassifying workers, Uber and Lyft failed to meet their obligations as employers [...]

By |2021-02-16T08:04:26-07:00August 16th, 2020|BLOG, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Pena v. Dey aka The Post-it Note Case

In a recent California Court of Appeal case, a beneficiary, the individual for whom a trust is created, attempted to have a signed Post-it note attached to handwritten interlineations on a trust deemed sufficient to amend the trust.  While the Court acknowledged that a signed Post-it note may be sufficient in [...]

By |2021-02-16T07:34:53-07:00July 18th, 2020|BLOG, Family Law|0 Comments

Employee Misclassification in California

The misclassification of workers as independent contractors is a serious and persistent problem nationwide, and certainly in California. A study by the U.S. Department of Labor found that between 10% - 30% of audited employers misclassified workers and that up to 95% of workers who claimed they were misclassified as independent [...]

By |2021-02-16T07:29:46-07:00July 16th, 2020|BLOG, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Have You Experienced Personal Injury Due to Mold Contamination While Living in Lincoln Military Housing?

In Late November of 2019, Webb Law Group filed a complaint with the Superior Court of the State of California. It alleged that CAMP PENDLETON & QUANTICO HOUSING, LLC, LPC PENDLETON QUANTICO PM LP, and LINCOLN MILITARY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT LP failed to properly act on multiple reports of mold contamination in their rental properties in San Diego.

By |2020-01-27T03:51:17-07:00January 10th, 2020|BLOG, CLASS ACTION|0 Comments

Stars & Stripes Coverage – Lawsuits Filed in San Diego Over Marine Corps Families’ Housing Conditions

The Clover family is one of three Marine Corps families to file lawsuits against Lincoln Military Housing in San Diego for negligence in maintaining safe base housing since a fourth Marine Corps family won a similar lawsuit against the company in September. Court documents from the Clovers describe constant water leaks in their home while their son's health deteriorated.

By |2019-12-31T19:13:44-07:00December 30th, 2019|BLOG, CLASS ACTION|0 Comments

Webb Law Group Presents at National Business Institute Seminar on HR Law and Wage Issues

On November 5, 2019, Webb Law Group attorneys Lenden F. Webb, Brooke B. Nevels, and Christopher E. Nichols presented at the National Business Institute Seminar on Human Resources Law held in San Diego, California. Webb Law Group attorneys lectured on wage and benefit issues that are commonly experienced by California employees and employers.

Handling Partnership Disputes

Entering into a business relationship with someone can often be a fun and exciting experience. Partners can be great to work with and may offer new, innovative concepts to develop your projects and ideas into realities. Additionally, partnerships can be a great way for budding businesses and firms to share expenses related to starting an entrepreneurial journey. However, these very common types of business collaborations can lead to some sticky situations if things go awry.

By |2019-09-18T22:53:54-07:00September 18th, 2019|BLOG, BUSINESS LITIGATION, CALIFORNIA LAW|0 Comments

Understanding Fiduciary Duty

A fiduciary duty is an obligation to act in a person’s best interest, due to the nature of the relationship with that person. California law recognizes that there are relationships wherein one party places their trust and confidence in another, and that said relationships need to be regulated to ensure each party acts fairly and honestly.

By |2019-09-18T22:45:29-07:00September 1st, 2019|BLOG, CALIFORNIA LAW, Family Law|0 Comments

Labor Code Violations: Who’s Responsible?

According to California’s Labor Code § 558.1, an employing organization's managers, owners, directors, officers, and agents can be held personally liable for wage and hour violations. While it's true that (under certain circumstances) company employees who are sued may be indemnified by their employers, all companies have the responsibility to follow the law.

By |2019-08-30T23:09:51-07:00July 31st, 2019|BLOG, CALIFORNIA LAW, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Pregnancy and Disability: Know Your Rights

On July 25th, 2011, appellant Ana Fuentes Sanchez filed a First Amendment Complaint against her former employer Swissport, Inc. She alleged causes of action for discrimination based on pregnancy disability, discrimination based on sex, and failure to prevent discrimination. Sanchez accused Swissport of failure to accommodate and engage in a timely, good faith interactive process. Additionally, she alleged retaliation, wrongful and tortious discharge from her position, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Finally, she claimed that Swissport had engaged in unfair business practices under California Business and Professions Codes, and breach of implied and/or express contract.

By |2019-07-21T17:25:10-07:00July 5th, 2019|CALIFORNIA LAW, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

What Makes Someone an Independent Contractor?

On April 30, 2018, the California Supreme Court issued a decision on the Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court of Los Angeles case. On that day, the California Supreme Court reinterpreted and rejected the long-standing “Borello” test. This decision was made in order to grant workers greater rights and to encourage a more worker-friendly labor standard.

By |2019-07-21T17:10:58-07:00June 28th, 2019|BLOG, CALIFORNIA LAW, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Am I Responsible for Both Rental Car Keys?

Have you ever rented a car from a company like Avis, Alamo, Budget, Enterprise, or Hertz? Most people have, and you may have noticed something peculiar when you did. After all the documentation has been signed and you're ready to take possession of the vehicle, they hand you the key. However, they don't give you the key. Frequently, they instead hand you the keys - both of the car's keys, stuck together on an unbreakable steel lanyard. The company keeps no copies for themselves. They put you, the customer, in charge of ensuring they don't lose track of the expensive key and the spare.

By |2019-04-02T15:05:12-07:00April 2nd, 2019|BLOG, CLASS ACTION|0 Comments

California Labor Violations & PAGA

PAGA authorizes aggrieved employees to file lawsuits to recover civil penalties on behalf of themselves, other employees, and the State of California for Labor Code violations. In essence, PAGA deputizes citizens and allows them to pursue penalties against employers on the government’s behalf. It is another avenue for current or former employees to take against an employer for violating CA employment law and offers certain benefits.

By |2019-09-28T00:49:05-07:00March 2nd, 2019|BLOG, CALIFORNIA LAW, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

California Trust Litigation

Trust litigation cases can be some of the most emotionally draining cases you’ll encounter in a court room; comparable to divorce and/or child custody cases. The reason trust litigation can be such an uncomfortable case to take on, especially without an attorney, is the fact that it most commonly involves a breach of trust amongst members of a family following the death of a loved one.

By |2019-03-02T16:43:24-07:00December 10th, 2018|BLOG, CALIFORNIA LAW, Family Law, Probate Law|0 Comments

Statewide Practice

California has 58 counties in the whole state, and each county has different judges. However, we may practice law in any county in California with the assurance that the law is going to be interpreted in a similar fashion, regardless of where we are.

By |2019-09-28T01:35:17-07:00November 23rd, 2018|BLOG, CALIFORNIA LAW|0 Comments

Webb Law Group Resolves Client’s Suffering from Breach of Contract & Fraud

Some of the most common cases we have here at Webb Law Group involve matters of breach of contract. When fraud is involved, the damages not only escalate financially, but also emotionally. It's a stressful situation when you make an agreement with someone and they don't fulfill their end of the bargain.

By |2019-03-02T16:58:45-07:00October 11th, 2017|BLOG, BUSINESS LITIGATION, CALIFORNIA LAW|0 Comments

WLG Resolves Breach of a Royalty Agreement Contract

Webb Law Group proudly takes you inside a real case that was handled by our firm. While names have been omitted for privacy purposes, we will approach the matter of a Breach of a Royalty Agreement Contract within the context of this real case. We will take you from the Complaint [...]

By |2019-05-03T11:16:48-07:00September 26th, 2017|BLOG, BUSINESS LITIGATION, CALIFORNIA LAW|Comments Off on WLG Resolves Breach of a Royalty Agreement Contract

Webb Law Group Handling a Breach of Contract

Webb Law Group proudly takes you inside a real case that was handled by our firm. While names have been omitted for privacy purposes, we will approach the matter of a breach of contract within the context of this real case. We will take you from the complaint to the conclusion, providing a segue from legal problem to solution, with the strong support of Webb Law Group's team of attorneys and staff.

By |2019-11-17T15:24:45-07:00December 19th, 2016|BLOG, BUSINESS LITIGATION|0 Comments

Legal Recourse in Nondisclosure of Property Defect Cases

A common occurrence in the real estate world that enters the legal realm is nondisclosure of property defects. While in many cases the seller was aware of the problem and did not disclose it to the buyer, there are many circumstances where the seller was unaware of the problem when they sold the property and is now being sued for damages.

By |2019-03-06T22:41:53-07:00October 3rd, 2016|BLOG, CALIFORNIA LAW, REAL ESTATE LITIGATION|0 Comments

Class Action Lawsuit Against Coast Dental Services, Inc. DBA Smilecare

WEBB LAW GROUP, APC, is currently pursuing a proposed class action against Coast Dental Services, Inc., dba Smilecare. Consumers who received dental services from the above named companies may be eligible to join in a class action lawsuit. Coast Dental Services, Inc., purchased Smilecare in 2012. In California, there are approximately [...]

By |2019-11-17T23:25:09-07:00August 11th, 2016|BLOG, CLASS ACTION|0 Comments

California Bank Levies, Property Levies, and Assignment Orders

Refusing or otherwise failing to pay on a debt can result in many different legal actions being taken against you. Options include bank levies, property levies, and assignment orders. Different actions may be taken for different situations. It's a good idea to know your rights as they pertain to each of these actions and what your options may be before, during, and following application of them.

By |2019-11-17T23:31:07-07:00May 4th, 2016|BLOG, CALIFORNIA LAW|0 Comments

Handling a Breach of Employment Agreement

An employment agreement is a legal agreement documented in writing between an employer and their employee that creates a contract between them and explains the terms of employment. An employment contract may include any of the following: Contact information, including the names, phone numbers, emails, and/or other identifying information of all [...]

By |2019-11-17T23:32:17-07:00May 3rd, 2016|BLOG, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Joint Tenancy Law in California

The vast majority of joint tenancies in California are used as a will substitute among family members, according to the California Legislature. In a joint tenancy, the surviving member among the title holders will inherit the property. An alternative method is to hold the property as tenants in common, in which case each party owns a percentage interest in the property.

By |2019-11-17T23:44:50-07:00January 15th, 2016|BLOG, CALIFORNIA LAW, REAL ESTATE LITIGATION|0 Comments

Your Intellectual Property Deserves to be Protected

Often times, most people believe that they don’t need to protect their company brand or other related intellectual property. Unfortunately for these individuals, they soon learn that protecting their intellectual property could have saved them money, time, and the rights to the hard earned property that they have developed. If you [...]

By |2019-11-17T23:38:33-07:00September 25th, 2015|BLOG, CALIFORNIA LAW|0 Comments

Exercising Your Rights as A Co-Owner in Property

When co-owners of property are in dispute regarding co-owned property, they are entitled to bring that dispute before the court. Traditionally, when the dispute between co-owners reached an impasse, the court would physically divide the land into equal portions, with each co-owner receiving one split of the land. This is known as a partition by kind, and it is the preferred method of resolving disputes amongst co-owners of property.

By |2019-11-17T23:36:28-07:00July 8th, 2015|BLOG|0 Comments

Civil Lawsuit Statute of Limitations and Time Limits by San Diego law firm Webb Law Group

SERVICE OF PROCESS Serve Defendant after Complaint Filed – 60 days after filing.  [Source: CRC 3.110] Serve Doe Defendant Added via Amended Complaint – 30 days after adding.  [Source: CRC 3.110(b)] Deadline to file Proof of Service of Summons and Complaint (proving to Court Defendant was served) – 60 days after serving complaint.  [Source: CCP § 583.210] [...]

By |2019-05-13T16:42:09-07:00April 25th, 2015|BUSINESS LITIGATION, CLASS ACTION|0 Comments

What Does California Law Say About Cybersquatting?

With the internet growing more and more in usage for business purposes, it's no surprise that more and more business litigation matters involve online crimes. Everything from website copyrights  and online marketing strategies to cases involving hacking and theft of online "property" are capable of being business litigation matters that end [...]

By |2016-07-08T21:39:58-07:00April 19th, 2015|BUSINESS LITIGATION|0 Comments

How To Collect On a Promissory Note

A promissory note is a signed and legally binding document containing a written promise by the borrower to pay a stated sum to a specified person or the bearer at a specified date or on demand. Promissory notes are used for a wide variety of loans including but not limited to [...]

By |2017-03-14T14:09:08-07:00April 13th, 2015|BUSINESS LITIGATION|0 Comments

How to Avoid Successor Liability

Imagine your company decides to purchase a business. The business is up for sale at a great price and seems a worthy investment for future revenue. You purchase the business, oversee a merger, and quickly begin to start generating revenue from your new enterprise. Everything seems great, right? Two years later, [...]

By |2017-03-14T14:09:56-07:00April 8th, 2015|BUSINESS LITIGATION|0 Comments

Are Your Employees Committing Fraud?

You’ve worked hard to build your business into a successful organization that is run professionally and legally. If you’re like most legitimate business owners, you seek to run your business in a manner that makes money while adhering to basic standards of business ethics. More importantly, you take the law seriously. [...]

By |2017-03-14T14:20:22-07:00March 10th, 2015|BUSINESS LITIGATION|0 Comments

How to Avoid Getting Sued

A lawsuit has the potential to be devastating for your business. You’ve worked hard to build your company into something that is financially successful and capable of building pride in yourself and the employees that work under you. There is no reason to put your business at risk for a lawsuit, [...]

By |2019-04-19T13:48:22-07:00February 17th, 2015|BUSINESS LITIGATION|0 Comments

Top 5 Class Action Lawsuits of the Past Decade

A class action lawsuit has the potential to devastate a business. While some companies have survived a crushing blow from a lawsuit, some companies have completely fallen apart from being sued. Let’s discuss some of the top examples of lawsuits that have happened in the past ten years and their impact [...]

By |2023-05-04T07:17:02-07:00February 13th, 2015|CLASS ACTION|0 Comments

Employment Law in California

Employment law varies based on state, with each state having its own unique set of laws that apply to its employers that employees would be empowered to familiarize themselves with. Surprisingly, while employment is clearly one of the most important and common things an individual will be involved with, there are [...]

By |2017-03-14T14:25:38-07:00February 12th, 2015|EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Child Custody Law in California

Navigating the labyrinth of information related to child custody law, no matter what the state, can be confusing. In regards to child custody, California has its own individual state laws and regulations. Knowing what those laws and regulations are, and how to prepare for a child custody case, is crucial in [...]

By |2019-11-17T17:04:55-07:00February 10th, 2015|Family Law|0 Comments

Sugerencias de Deposición de California

Webb Law Group, APC is a civil law firm with offices in both Fresno and San Diego, California with a heightened focus on dedicated, honest client service. Unlike other law firms, our attorneys provide honest, straightforward advice in order for our clients to clearly understand the options and solutions available to them and we never make promises we can’t keep.

By |2019-11-17T17:08:26-07:00January 1st, 2015|BLOG, CALIFORNIA LAW|0 Comments

Mattress Warranty “Stain Exclusions” and Improper Inspection Fees Lead The Attorneys at Webb Law Group, APC, and Norton & Melnik, APC, to Pursue a Class Action Against Mattress Manufacturers

Over the last decade, top mattress manufacturers, such as Sealy, Serta, Simmons, and Stearns & Foster, have seen a significant rise in warranty claims. Mattress manufacturers sell their mattresses with warranties that supposedly protect against defects such as sagging or body impressions. However, they do not always honor these warranties.

By |2019-11-18T12:28:50-07:00September 29th, 2014|BLOG, CLASS ACTION|0 Comments

The Attorneys at Webb Law Group, APC, and Olsen Law Offices, APC, are pursuing a Class Action Against Samsung for Alleged False Advertising of their Galaxy S5 Active Smartphone

Samsung advertised its galaxy S5 Active as being "[e]ngineered for your active lifestyle," going as far as saying that the Galaxy S5 Actives is both shock resistant from a drop onto a flat surface of less than 4 feet and water resistant in up to 3 feet of water for up to 30 minutes. Some Galaxy S5 Active owners have claimed they were unaware that the actual shock and water resistance was far less than advertised capabilities of their devices.

By |2019-11-18T12:36:59-07:00September 29th, 2014|BLOG, CLASS ACTION|0 Comments

Child Custody Basics

A divorce is a difficult and complex matter. Splitting up possessions and breaking up a home is not easy (check out this infographic about divorce in America). There are many important decisions to be made during the dissolution process. You should always consult your legal team to make sure you are [...]

By |2019-11-17T17:10:01-07:00August 12th, 2014|BLOG, Family Law|0 Comments

Divorce In America

Here at Webb & Bordson, APC we specialize in several areas of law.  Divorce and family law is one of our specialties.  We recently created this infographic to inform our readers about divorce statistics in America. Check it out and feel free to share: Feel free to embed this infographic on [...]

By |2019-11-18T12:57:01-07:00August 6th, 2014|BLOG, Family Law|0 Comments

Why Do Domain Name Disputes Occur?

Managing Partner Lenden F. Webb: "Webb Law Group, APC’s attorneys represent commercial domain name registrants in portfolio protection matters, trademark infringement threat letters and litigation. Our understanding of cyber squatting and trademark law ensures that our litigation techniques are not only advanced but comprehensive and cost-effective.  Our firm also engages in complex litigation [...]

By |2019-11-18T12:54:15-07:00July 10th, 2014|BLOG, BUSINESS LITIGATION|0 Comments

Business Partnerships: Why Having a Business Attorney Draw Up a Partnership Agreement is so Important

You have reached your goals and are finally ready to join the 5.68 million partnership businesses all ready in existence in the United States. You have carefully researched and found the perfect location, tools, staff, product, website, and partner. Webb Law Group wants to draw up those ever so important and essential partnership papers for you. You worked too hard not to have all your bases covered for your new business venture.

By |2019-11-18T12:51:44-07:00June 13th, 2014|BLOG|1 Comment

Class Action Lawsuits in the United States

  Feel free to embed this infographic on your blog by copying the code below: Fresno Branch: 466 W. Fallbrook, Suite 102 Fresno, CA 93711 T: (559) 431-4888 F: (559) 821-4500 San Diego Branch: 10509 Vista Sorrento Pkwy., Suite 430 San Diego, CA 92121 T: (619) 399-7700 F: (619) 819-8400 The content [...]

By |2019-11-18T12:47:14-07:00June 6th, 2014|BLOG, CLASS ACTION|0 Comments

Have you had a complaint filed against you under the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act?

The United States Department of Agriculture, through the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act (PACA), assists individuals and entities in the produce industry by ensuring fair trade practices with respect to the buying and selling of fruits and vegetables. Specifically, PACA assists by facilitating the mediation and/or arbitration of claims, as well as [...]

By |2019-11-18T12:45:17-07:00April 22nd, 2014|BLOG, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments


More than ever, consumers have the free reign to voice their opinions about products via the Internet. Whether the consumer is completely satisfied or dissatisfied they still have the ability to let their voices be heard in the loudest way possible. Consumers who want others to know about their dissatisfaction create Internet “gripe” sites. “Gripe sites” are websites devoted to critiquing a person, place, corporation, or products. Further they allow other consumers to chime in on their unpleasant experiences with a company or product.

By |2019-11-17T23:22:20-07:00March 4th, 2014|BUSINESS LITIGATION|0 Comments

More Reasons to Consult a Reputable San Diego Employment Lawyer

Both employers and employees have to grapple with constantly changing labor laws on the federal and state levels. If you've been mistreated or let go from your job without a satisfactory explanation, a one-man crusade against a powerful and influential corporation can only go so far. Meanwhile, even if all employment in California is considered “at-will” (unless otherwise stated), employers still need to tread carefully when terminating employees.

By |2019-11-17T17:00:32-07:00August 2nd, 2013|BLOG, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Government Officials and San Diego Business Litigation Firms Protect Senior Citizens from Fraud

Financial or business fraud is defined as a case wherein financial resources are not legally and ethically managed. California law allows a person to file for fraud under these circumstances: intentional misrepresentation, negligent misrepresentation, concealment or failure to disclose relevant data with intent to defraud the victim, and a false promise.

By |2019-11-18T13:17:28-07:00July 29th, 2013|BUSINESS LITIGATION, Industry News|0 Comments

Need for an Effective Business Lawyer in San Diego: New Ruling Warrants Smarter Decisions When Filing Class Action Suits

A New York federal appeals court recently reversed the ruling of a lower court regarding a class action suit filed against Google, specifically for its Library Project. The case was brought forth by the Authors Guild, which claims to represent tens of thousands of authors who are filing complaints against the [...]

By |2019-11-18T13:14:28-07:00July 29th, 2013|BLOG, CLASS ACTION, Industry News|0 Comments

The Attorneys at Webb Law Group, APC, and Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik filed a Class Action Complaint Against General Atomics for Alleged Wage & Hour Violations

On March 19, 2013, the employment attorneys at Webb Law Group, APC, and Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik filed a class action complaint against General Atomics for alleged wage and hour violations.  Gray v. General Atomics, Case No. 37-2013-00040131-CU-BT-CTL, is currently pending in the San Diego County Superior Court for the State [...]

By |2019-11-18T13:01:23-07:00July 18th, 2013|CLASS ACTION, Company Updates, EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments


For many people, there is a common misconception that child support ceases to exist on the child's 18th birthday.  This is simply not the case.  Absent an agreement by the parents or an incapacitated adult child, the statutory child support duty normally terminates when the child reaches age 19 or completes high school, which ever occurs first.

By |2019-11-18T12:59:19-07:00July 18th, 2013|BLOG, Family Law|0 Comments

How a Business Lawyer Can Help Protect Your Stockholders’ Liabilities in Your Corporation or LLC

When you are thinking of going into business in California, you may consider forming a corporation or a limited liability company (LLC).  With both these organizations, you are protected from personal liability.  Thus, if someone were to sue you, you can rest in peace with the thought that your personal property will not be included as settlement for liabilities.

By |2019-11-17T16:41:14-07:00July 10th, 2013|BLOG, BUSINESS LITIGATION|0 Comments

San Diego Employment Lawyer Explains the Importance of Employee Handbooks

Being a business owner in California can be a frustrating experience at times. Not only do you have to worry about keeping your day-to-day operations running smoothly, but you also need to ensure that you are complying with each and every employee-friendly labor law California has to offer. Sadly, many business owners learn the hard way exactly what type of protections California employees are entitled to.  No matter how big or small your business is, you could likely benefit from an employee handbook that clearly and concisely lays out your employment policies and practices.

By |2019-11-17T16:48:10-07:00June 26th, 2013|EMPLOYMENT LAW|0 Comments

Start a Business Prepared: Seek Legal Advice from a Business Attorney

Putting up a business in America's eighth largest city requires knowledge of and compliance with business laws, which a proficient San Diego business attorney can help you with. California corporate law stipulates some state requirements for the creation of a new company or business. Once you have complied with these, your business can be recognized as a juridical entity.

By |2019-11-17T16:25:50-07:00May 24th, 2013|BUSINESS LITIGATION|0 Comments

Essential Legal Facts to Discuss with Your Divorce Attorney in Fresno

California stipulates that a person cannot be allowed to call for a judgment on dissolution of marriage within the State's jurisdiction unless the same has been a resident for at least six months. If you fall within this law, you can file your petition with the state superior court. These requirements are provided for in California Family Code sec. 200 and 2320, respectively.

By |2019-11-17T15:18:37-07:00May 24th, 2013|BLOG, CALIFORNIA LAW, Family Law|0 Comments

How Do I Get Someone Out of My Property When They Refuse To Leave?

Most of the time when someone is residing in a residence/commercial space as a tenant there is a lease or rental agreement in place. However, at times there may be neither. In these cases, the law will likely support a finding that the tenant is a month-to-month “tenant at will”.  This is the default category for tenancies not supported by a written lease agreement in which the occupying party was initially welcome on the premises.

By |2019-11-17T15:50:01-07:00January 30th, 2013|BLOG, CALIFORNIA LAW, REAL ESTATE LITIGATION|0 Comments
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