Gregory Stone and Kristi Dean have been named as 2015 “Super Lawyers”, a rating service by Thomson Reuters.  The process begins with a diverse list of the top attorneys nominated by their own peers.  The nominations are then validated with third-party research across 12 key categories, and the final nominees are reviewed by a highly …

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  • January 29, 2015
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Officer Cleared in Excessive-Force Suit Gregory Stone, Esq. successfully acquired a unanimous defense-verdict in an excessive-force lawsuit against a Hermosa Beach Police Officer. The case was published in the Daily Breeze Newspaper on January 15, 2009. ‘My personal opinion is the guy should be prosecuted for perjury. It is so offensive to me to put …

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  • January 15, 2015
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There has recently been increased media coverage regarding issues of “gender dysphoria”. Now, it appears that there may be insurance coverage for the condition as well. Gender dysphoria, or gender identity disorder, is a condition where persons experience discomfort with the gender or gender roles assigned by their biological sex. The causes are many, including …

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  • January 6, 2015
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Sweeping Decree by Federal Agency Declares McDonald’s to be a Joint Employer with Its Franchisees By Robyn McKibbin, Esq. The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) is a federal agency vested with the power to prevent and remedy violations of the National Labor Relations Act committed by employers and unions. The NLRB investigated allegations that some …

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  • November 21, 2014
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Wait, Who Pays for BYOD to Work? By Robyn McKibbin, Esq. A California Court of Appeal recently ruled that when an employee “must” use their personal cell phones for work-related calls, the employer is responsible for reimbursing the employee a “reasonable percentage” of his/her cell phone bill — regardless of whether the employee or a …

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  • November 13, 2014
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