Mario joins Donahue Fitzgerald’s Litigation and Intellectual Property practices. He focuses on complex litigation matters, counseling, and representing clients through all phases of the litigation process. He also is experienced in representing individuals, companies, and public pension funds on a variety of securities, antitrust consumer protection, and privacy class actions. Mario earned his J.D. from […]
Daniel B. Newbold: Estate & Trust Litigation David A. Stein: Construction Litigation Elizabeth M. Engh: Estate & Probate Jonathan McNeil Wong: Immigration Kristin A. Pace: Estate Planning & Probate Mary M. Rudser: Estate Planning & Probate Practice areas represented include estate & trust litigation, construction litigation, estate planning & probate, and immigration. The Northern California […]
Read the full press release, Game Taco Acquires Skill-Game Pioneer WorldWinner From GSN Games.
Arun joins Donahue Fitzgerald’s Intellectual Property, Music and Entertainment, and Business and Corporate practices. His practice focuses on trademark, copyright, domain names, and business transactions. He assists clients in obtaining trademark and copyright registrations, and enforcing their intellectual property rights. Arun earned his J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of Law, and his […]
Janet joins Donahue Fitzgerald’s Litigation and Trusts and Estates practices. Her practice focuses on will and estates litigation. She uses her legal skills to help families reach amicable settlements or handle contentious litigation. She counsels clients ranging from individuals and small business owners to high net worth individuals who own multiple corporations and real estate […]
Read the full press release, Prime Engineering Announces Strategic Investment from Godspeed Capital.
In December 2020, the EEOC updated its COVID-19 guidance to address vaccination issues. This new EEOC guidance states that a COVID-19 vaccine is not a medical examination for purposes of the ADA, however pre-screening vaccination questions and giving the vaccine can trigger ADA regulations on disability-related inquiries and reasonable accommodations. Under the ADA, an […]
Language in Dynamex presaged this result. Vazquez is also consistent with the general rule that judicial decisions are given retroactive effect. However, because the 2018 Dynamex opinion was silent on the issue of retroactivity, some employer litigants hoped that the Court could be persuaded to treat Dynamex as an exception to the general rule of […]
Here are the key provisions: 1. The ETS applies to all employers and employees, except: a) Employees working on site but alone and with no contact with others; b) Employees when working remotely at home; c) Employees covered under the Aerosol Transmissible Diseases standard (CCR section 5199). 2. The ETS requires employers to have a […]
The CPRA amends the CCPA and brings California’s privacy laws closer to the EU’s Regulation 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”)). The CPRA will become effective on January 1, 2023, and it has a “look back” to January 2022. A Summary Of The CPRA Imposed Additional Consumer Privacy Rights And Business Obligations. Changes to the […]