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Walking the Tightrope of Representing Two-Person Entities

in Civil Litigation by Timothy D. Reuben

Timothy D. Reuben’s article Walking the Tightrope of Representing Two-Person Entities is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on October 25, 2019.

A Bad Case For Lawyers

in RRB Law Blog by Timothy D. Reuben

Timothy D. Reuben’s article A Bad Case For Lawyers is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on October 17, 2019.

Valuing the Professional Goodwill of an Attorney in Divorce

in Family Law by Stephanie Blum

Timothy D. Reuben and Stephanie I. Blum’s article Valuing the Professional Goodwill of an Attorney in Divorce  is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on October 4, 2019.

Sanchez Revisited: A Better Way to Handle Objections

in Civil Litigation by Timothy D. Reuben

Timothy D. Reuben’s article Sanchez Revisited: A Better Way to Handle Objections is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on September 24, 2019.

Heimlich Shut the ‘Back Door’ to Vacating Arbitration Awards

in Civil Litigation by Stephen Raucher

Stephen Raucher’s article Heimlich Shut the ‘Back Door’ to Vacating Arbitration Awards is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on July 10, 2019.

The Ever-Evolving World of Anti-SLAPP

in Civil Litigation by Stephen Raucher

On Monday, June 24, 2019, Stephen L. Raucher was one of the panelists presenting a BHBA continuing legal education program entitled “The Ever-Evolving World of Anti-SLAPP.”  The program covered various topics and examined the most important developments in the world … more

Universities Cannot Shortcut the Due Process Rights of Those Accused of Sexual Misconduct

in RRB Law Blog by Timothy D. Reuben

Timothy D. Reuben and Daniel Lahana’s article Universities Cannot Shortcut the Due Process Rights of Those Accused of Sexual Misconduct is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on June 20, 2019.

Stephen L. Raucher Co-Authors Insurance Update for the Sixth Straight Year

in Insurance Law by Stephen Raucher

Insurance Law is published by the State Bar Litigation Section in its California Litigation Review (2018 Edition), co-authored by RRB attorney Stephen L. Raucher, along with Michael Sohigian, who have provided insurance updates together for the sixth consecutive year.

Good News and Bad News for Insurance Company Attorneys

in Insurance Law by Stephen L. Raucher

The recent appellate case Strawn v. Morris, Polich & Purdy LLP, 30 Cal. App. 5th 1087 (2019), examined an insurance company attorney’s potential liability in the context of the litigation privilege and elder abuse claims, resulting in a mixed ruling. … more

Fifth Annual Update On Developments In Insurance

in Insurance Law by Stephen Raucher

On Monday, April 15, 2019, Stephen L. Raucher was one of the panelists presenting a continuing legal education program entitled “Fifth Annual Update on Developments in Insurance.” The program examined the most important new cases from 2018 regarding insurance coverage … more

Movie Madness: Bias In The Legal Profession, Hollywood Style

in RRB Law Blog by Timothy D. Reuben

On March 14, 2019, Timothy D. Reuben chaired the BHBA Out of Court’s annual Movie Night, where seasoned practitioners and judges of the Court of Appeal and District Court analyzed bias from various perspectives.  The program focused on how closely … more

Garcia v. Border Transportation Group: Two Standards, One Issue

in Employment Law by Timothy D. Reuben

The Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District, recently issued an opinion clarifying the appropriate test for whether or not a person is an “employee” or an “independent contractor” in the context of a wage order claim.  In Garcia v. Border … more

Recent Developments in Family Law: Stock Options Must Be Considered Income

in Family Law by Stephanie I. Blum Blog Bio Image

It is well-established under California family law that stock options granted as part of a parent’s employment compensation constitute “income” under Family Code Section 4058(a) and must be used to calculate support.  Until In re Marriage of Macilwaine, 26 Cal. … more

Businesses Suffer When Disaster Strikes, Too

in Insurance Law by Stephen Raucher

Stephen Raucher’s article Businesses Suffer When Disaster Strikes, Too is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on December 7, 2018.

Fire Insurance Claim Pointers

in Insurance Law by Stephen L. Raucher

In light of the terrible fires plaguing California, policyholders should keep in mind some basic principles should they find themselves needing to make a claim, or even if they just want to re-evaluate their property insurance policies. Many of these … more