What to Know About Coronavirus and California Employment Law

The novel coronavirus has demanded drastic lifestyle changes from the general population. For example, various states have mandated stay at home orders and shutdowns in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. As a result, public life, the economy and employment opportunity have all been significantly affected. To keep up with these changes, federal [...]

Why you should NEVER use your workplace computer to contact an attorney

In general, your communications with an attorney about your case (or potential case) are confidential and privileged (Cal. Evidence Code § 954). The client (or potential client) is the owner of the privilege. This means that no one can learn the details of your communications with your lawyer without your consent, not even with a [...]