2017 June

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Articles in this issue:

How to integrate online marketing and your client intake process

A look at Google AdWords’s place in your marketing plan, and the importance of integrating digital marketing with case intake

Susan Hanshaw
Dean Guadagni

2017-June


The fox and the henhouse

The fox and the henhouse

Litigating claims of an employer’s failure to investigate

Lisa P. Mak

2017-June


The gig economy

The big players say it’s about freedom, but it seems to be more about lowering labor costs and limiting liability

Alexis McKenna

2017-June


Let’s talk salary (or not)

Let’s talk salary (or not)

Combating pay secrecy and unfair pay practices in the workplace that lead to gender pay gap

Eduard Meleshinsky
Mariko Yoshihara

2017-June


Medical-malpractice damages after the <em>Cuevas</em> case

Medical-malpractice damages after the Cuevas case

The new case defense counsel will use against you

Bruce Fagel

2017-June


Profile: Nina Shapirshteyn

Ukrainian immigrant cherished her chance at success in the U.S. and developed a passion for products-liability cases

Stephen Ellison

2017-June


It’s not just about bathrooms

It’s not just about bathrooms

Workplace difficulties and protections for transgender people

Karine Bohbot and Elizabeth Riles

2017-June


The prepared witness

The best trial testimony comes from a prepared witness

Miles B. Cooper

2017-June


Punitive damages in employment: How to get them and keep them

Punitive damages in employment: How to get them and keep them

How to prove, and keep, a punitive damage award in an employment case

Anne Costin

2017-June


Appellate Reports

Employment and anti-SLAPP: A decision to deny tenure rested on communications made in the course of that decision, an official proceeding, and was protected activity for purposes of anti-SLAPP

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2017-June


Think you’re protected when you need leave? Think again!

Think you’re protected when you need leave? Think again!

Parental-leave laws in California aren’t terrible, but they could be a lot better. An overview of current family-leave law

Laura Mazza-Katie Bain-Katie Debski

2017-June

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