The Cake that Ended a Career By Robyn McKibbin, Esq. A 56-year-old nurse and 28-year employee was terminated after she gave a co-worker a birthday cake.  Unbeknownst to the nurse, the co-worker did not celebrate birthdays due to her religious practices.  Despite above–average performance reviews, the nurse was terminated for insensitivity and “unprofessional, unacceptable behavior.” The nurse …

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  • May 13, 2013
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Pathologist Michael Weilert and his wife Genevieve owned a horse ranch in Parlier, California, a quaint town in the central San Joaquin Valley. In 1991 Genevieve changed her last name from Sanders to de Montremare. She told her friends she was a “genetic expert” on Friesian horses and claimed her French royal family had been …

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  • March 19, 2013
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Welcome to the Stone Cha & Dean website!  We are proud to launch our new site, unveiled on March 25th. Read about our practice areas, our attorneys and staff, and find our current digital newsletter, At Issue, as well as our prior editions. Our new blog, The Cutting Edge, will keep you updated on California’s newest laws, case rulings, and interesting …

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  • March 5, 2013
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