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You may have noticed a recent onslaught of television and radio ads regarding Proposition 22, which will appear on California ballots in the upcoming November election. Proposition 22’s stated goal is to exempt ride-sharing and food-delivery companies from the Assembly Bill 5 gig worker law that was passed in September 2019, meaning Uber and Lyft …
Gregory Stone obtained an outright dismissal for a corporate entity and an individual defendant prosecuted for allegedly leasing retail space to a nonconforming marijuana dispensary. All charges dropped with no consequences to Stone|Dean’s clients.
Gregory E. Stone was called upon by Fox Entertainment News to offer his expert legal analysis of the sentencing provided to former Full House star, Lori Laughlin. Read the article here.
Here We Grow Again! Stone | Dean is pleased to announce the hiring of an extremely capable and experienced attorney to handle a diverse case load in its Warner Center offices. William E. Johnson graduated with honors from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He then received his Juris Doctor from the University of Southern …
Two days after the cancellation of the 2020 Minor League Baseball season due to the coronavirus pandemic, 22 teams filed lawsuits against insurance companies over rejections of business interruption claims. The insurers claim that business interruption coverage due to a virus outbreak has been excluded from standard policies, such as these, for quite some time …
“No!” This is the simple answer to whether businesses should force employees to sign COVID-19 liability waivers before returning to the workplace. Months after our national economy ground to a halt, some parts of the country are returning to work. Some employers have attempted to insulate themselves from tort liability for COVID-19 related infections by …
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