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Marleigh Green, Author at Stone | Dean Law

This year for our annual summer event, Stone | Dean’s team of staff and attorneys attended a taping of the popular game show The Price is Right. Our group of sixteen enjoyed a visit to the CBS Studios in Los Angeles, where we got to watch a filming of an upcoming episode. Our visit to …


Stone | Dean is partnering with Angel Hanz for the Homeless to provide toys and supplies for animals in need in Los Angeles. Angel Hanz raises funds and offers donations to people with pets that are having financial trouble and need assistance caring for their animals. On Sunday, June 24th, Angel Hanz will be having …


Guide to New Employment Laws for 2018 By Robyn McKibbin, Esq. New Employment Laws and regulations went in to effect January 1st, 2018. Find them below, and contact Stone | Dean’s Employment Law Practice Group for help updating your employment practices. Ban the Box: No Criminal History Inquiries before Making a Conditional Offer Do Not …


December News Update — California, Employment, Business, Insurance December 2017’s trending legal updates, court decisions, and important news in California, Employment, Business, and Insurance. California Law People in Los Angeles county can now text 911 during emergencies. The SMS message service is intended for the hearing impaired and those in dangerous situations unable to talk …


When a Stranger Calls, They Could Be Scamming You By Marleigh Green If you own a phone—especially if you own a business—you’ve probably gotten a call from a telemarketer. Telemarketers, in-large-part, are harmless salespeople; however, in recent times, diabolical schemes have been drawn-up by nefarious folks using a telemarketing-system. While telemarketing scams have existed for …


“Sharing” is Caring: Social Media & Copyright Laws By Marleigh Green Are Social Media Posts Subject to Copyright? Social Media is still in its infancy, leaving the legal industry scrambling to catch up. With websites like Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook gaining popularity among individuals and businesses alike, new lawsuits are arising that call the …


998 Reasons to Serve an Offer to Compromise for the “Rhyme Impaired” By Suzanne Feffer, Esq. So you find yourself stuck in a claim And no longer care who you can blame You just want out But still have some doubt If you can settle and limit the pain Sometimes it’s tough to call up …


Mediation: Dispute Resolution Without the Courtroom By Marleigh Green What is Mediation? Mediation is a process by which two people (“the parties”) involved in a dispute meet with a third-party neutral (“the mediator”) to try and come to a resolution. Sometimes mediations—such as in divorce cases—are court-ordered, where a judge will require the two parties to …


The Layman’s Guide to Legalese By Marleigh Green If you have never worked in a law office, or aren’t experienced with legal reading, chances are you aren’t familiar with complex legal terminology. For the layman, the legal field can be daunting, and getting involved in a lawsuit with no knowledge of legal terms can leave …


Suzanne Feffer, Esq. acted as a coach to a class of communication students at California State University, Channel Islands, during a live mediation final exam. Sue has mediated hundreds of diverse cases in different practice areas. Dr. Tracylee Clarke of CSUCI hosts a live mediation for her Conflict Management & Mediation students at the end …

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