2018 September

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Articles in this issue:
Suing insurance adjusters in the post-<em>Bock v. Hansen</em> world

Suing insurance adjusters in the post-Bock v. Hansen world

An insurance adjuster may be sued for negligent misrepresentation for falsely characterizing the scope of coverage

Terrence J. Coleman

2018 September


Wage war

Identifying and proving wage loss without a W-2

Miles B. Cooper

2018 September


Appellate Reports

[case]Troester v. Starbucks Corp.[/case] – The California Supreme Court rejects the use of the de minimus doctrine to allow employers to demand small amounts of uncompensated work for employees

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2018 September


Profile: Khaldoun Baghdadi

“Make sure the focus is on the client and not on you, because it’s not about you.”

Stephen Ellison

2018 September


Wildfire victims’ insurance fight

Wildfire victims’ insurance fight

Underinsurance remains an ever-present problem in rebuilding after a wildfire destroys a home; a new law on replacement-cost estimates may help

Lee S. Harris
Adrian Hern

2018 September


Managing the Angry Client 101

Telling clients “do not get angry” only makes things worse; they must feel that you understand their position

Noelle Nelson

2018 September


Solving coverage problems with judicial arbitration

Solving coverage problems with judicial arbitration

Even a low arbitration award may help with coverage issues and lead to a bad-faith claim

Demian Oksenendler

2018 September


Never Okay

Never Okay

A single instance of the N-word in California workplaces may be enough to sustain an HWE claim

Bryan Schwartz
Matthew Junker

2018 September


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