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Stone | Dean Partner, Gregg S. Garfinkel, recently presented a two hour seminar to the California Moving & Storage Association on the enforcement of warehouseman’s liens under California Commercial Code Section 7210. The program, which was attended by 65 of California’s finest movers and warehousemen, focused on the proper use, and potential pitfalls, of California’s …
The U.S. Solicitor General has recommended that the U.S. Supreme Court deny review of an important case impacting the application of AB5 to California’s trucking industry. In it’s Supreme Court brief, the Solicitor General urged that the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit “correctly determined that petitioners were unlikely to succeed” in …
In addition to being one of the nation’s foremost experts on transportation law, Stone | Dean partner Gregg S. Garfinkel is an avid saltwater fisherman. For many years, he has preached (and practiced) the importance of practicing “catch and release” when fishing for many species, including California’s own, Calico Bass. He, along with his two …
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A 55 year old Manhattan man is suing his 82 year old mother for the loss of potentially valuable baseball cards. The plaintiff (i.e., ungrateful son) says that the cards — a 1953 Topps Ralph Kiner and a 1953 Topps Satchel Paige — could be worth more than $25,000. He further alleges that his mother bought …
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