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Liability and Legal Concerns in Swimming Pool Accidents

Liability and Legal Concerns in Swimming Pool Accidents

By Robin D. Perry |

Swimming pool accidents are tragically common, leaving many families recovering from near-drowning experiences or fatal injuries every single year. When these accidents occur, Southern California families are often left with more questions than answers. Was the accident predictable? Who’s to blame? What about their medical bills and other expenses? That’s why it’s important to… Read More »

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Consumer Rights and Your Social Security Number

By Robin D. Perry |

Your Social Security Number is an essential part of your personal information, and when it falls into the wrong hands, it can wreak havoc in the most important parts of your life. The good news is that California has strong consumer rights laws, and companies that require your SSN must take appropriate steps to… Read More »

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Are Your Independent Contractors Really Independent Contractors? Understanding the Differences Between ICs and Employees

Are Your Independent Contractors Really Independent Contractors? Understanding the Differences Between ICs and Employees

By Robin D. Perry |

The world of employment is wildly different than it was in generations past. Instead of working for one company for the duration of their career and collecting a pension after 40 years of service, people today have tons of options. They may change jobs every few years, completely alter their career path at will,… Read More »

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From Slavery to the Civil Rights Movement: New Orleans to Charleston

From Slavery to the Civil Rights Movement: New Orleans to Charleston

By Robin D. Perry |

See New Orleans, Selma, Tuskegee, Savannah and Charleston through a different lens. Visit iconic yet complicated Southern cities (New Orleans, Selma, Tuskegee, Savannah and Charleston), where millions of enslaved people first entered the United States, yet where African diaspora culture, instead of being totally eradicated or homogenized, was heroically preserved by former slaves and… Read More »

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Why You Must Be Proactive About Your License Defense Strategy

Why You Must Be Proactive About Your License Defense Strategy

By Robin D. Perry |

You’ve received a license complaint or you know that an investigation is underway. Either way, you’re likely panicking and trying to figure out what to do next. A lot depends on the circumstances of your complaint, the severity of the claims against you, and whether or not your license is generally in good standing…. Read More »

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Does the End of a Business Partnership Mean the End of Your Business?

Does the End of a Business Partnership Mean the End of Your Business?

By Robin D. Perry |

The end of a business partnership can be just as painful—and expensive—as a divorce. In the best-case scenario, both parties knew the arrangement was a temporary one and planned to part ways eventually. In many cases, though, the partnership fell apart in a way that fractured the personal relationship forever. However, terminating a business… Read More »

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The Hearsay Rule in Administrative Proceedings

The Hearsay Rule in Administrative Proceedings

By Robin D. Perry |

As a general rule, administrative proceedings “need not be conducted according to technical rules of evidence.” Still, common sense rules of evidence apply. For example, evidence must be relevant meaning it has a tendency in reason to prove or disprove any disputed fact that is of consequence to the determination of the action. (Ev…. Read More »

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2024 Brings New Privacy Laws Protecting California Consumers

2024 Brings New Privacy Laws Protecting California Consumers

By Robin D. Perry |

Being victimized by a corporation is life-changing. Victims of their fraudulent actions are often left injured, holding thousands of dollars in medical bills, and looking for compensation. Unfortunately, companies know their way out of these situations, and victims are often left with nothing. That’s why California, a state known for advocating for consumers’ rights,… Read More »

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Lower Speed Limits in Long Beach—Legal Implications and Considerations

Lower Speed Limits in Long Beach—Legal Implications and Considerations

By Robin D. Perry |

Accident rates in Southern California are higher than they’ve been in years, and authorities are doing what they can to protect drivers, passengers, pedestrians, and bicyclists. One measure that has started to roll out in Long Beach is lower speed limits across much of the city. Opinions on this are mixed, with pedestrians and… Read More »

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Protecting Your Company From Wage and Hour Disputes in California

Protecting Your Company From Wage and Hour Disputes in California

By Robin D. Perry |

Wage and hour disputes can be financially devastating to a company in Southern California. California is well-known as one of the most worker-friendly states in the country, a fact that grants workers a wide range of rights. When you violate these rights or overstep, you risk putting your company in a serious legal situation…. Read More »

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