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  • Leland Yee case: Feds again vow to add racketeering charges against most defendants

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    <p class="bylinejb">By Howard Mintz<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:hmintz@mercurynews.com'>hmintz@mercurynews.com</a>
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:40 pm
    Federal prosecutors say 'RICO is coming' in case against state Sen. Leland Yee and 28 defendants tied up in sweeping political corruption and organized crime probe. Still unknown: Will legislator face the added federal charge
  • Jay Z festival coming to Grand Park on Labor Day weekend

    L.A. Times - California | Local News
    16 Apr 2014 | 9:57 pm
    Mayor Garcetti hails the event as a sign of downtown's growing popularity, but some question the impact of the Budweiser-sponsored event, where tickets will be $125. Announcing that rapper Jay Z's popular Made in America music festival is coming to downtown, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday that the event will "shine a spotlight" on Grand Park, the city's up-and-coming Civic Center gathering spot.
  • Leland Yee case: Feds again vow to add racketeering charges against most defendants

    Local News
    <p class="bylinejb">By Howard Mintz<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:hmintz@mercurynews.com'>hmintz@mercurynews.com</a>
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:40 pm
    Federal prosecutors say 'RICO is coming' in case against state Sen. Leland Yee and 28 defendants tied up in sweeping political corruption and organized crime probe. Still unknown: Will legislator face the added federal charge
  • Portland's 'big flush' proves it: Life's better there than in SoCal

    L.A. Times - Opinion Blog
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:38 pm
    There’s the TV show “Portlandia,” and then there’s real-life Portland. Sometimes, though, it can be hard to tell them apart.
  • Fun Things to Do on a Summer Night in San Diego

    About.com California Travel: What's Hot Now
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    17 Apr 2014 | 4:06 am
    Find some fun things to do in San Diego at night - only in summer or best in summer
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  • Leland Yee case: Feds again vow to add racketeering charges against most defendants

    <p class="bylinejb">By Howard Mintz<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:hmintz@mercurynews.com'>hmintz@mercurynews.com</a>
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:40 pm
    Federal prosecutors say 'RICO is coming' in case against state Sen. Leland Yee and 28 defendants tied up in sweeping political corruption and organized crime probe. Still unknown: Will legislator face the added federal charge
  • Prop 8 lawyer's views on gay marriage evolving

    <p class="bylinejb">JULIE PACE<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation">Associated Press
    17 Apr 2014 | 11:42 am
    WASHINGTON -- The lawyer who argued before the Supreme Court in favor of upholding California's ban on gay marriage learned while he was handling the case that one of his children is gay and now is helping her plan her wedding with another woman.
  • Obamacare: California sign-ups exceed 3 million for private health care plans or Medi-Cal

    <p class="bylinejb">By Tracy Seipel<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:tseipel@mercurynews.com'>tseipel@mercurynews.com</a>
    17 Apr 2014 | 11:19 am
    Capping six months of open enrollment under the new federal health care law, more than 3 million Californians signed up for a private health insurance or Medi-Cal plan by April 15, state health exchange and Medi-Cal officials announced Thursday morning.
  • Prop. 13 poll: Nearly half of voters open to changing it

    <p class="bylinejb">By Jessica Calefati<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:jcalefati@bayareanewsgroup.com'>jcalefati@bayareanewsgroup.com</a><br /></p><p class="bylinecopyright">
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:24 am
    When asked in a general way if they favor making some changes, 49 percent of registered voters said they support the idea while 34 percent are opposed, the poll found.
  • Relocation offers pour in for Sriracha maker

    <br> <p class="Byline Affiliation">Associated Press
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:22 am
    A hot sauce company accused of stinking up the atmosphere around its Southern California plant is being peppered with offers to relocate.
 
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    L.A. Times - California | Local News

  • Jay Z festival coming to Grand Park on Labor Day weekend

    16 Apr 2014 | 9:57 pm
    Mayor Garcetti hails the event as a sign of downtown's growing popularity, but some question the impact of the Budweiser-sponsored event, where tickets will be $125. Announcing that rapper Jay Z's popular Made in America music festival is coming to downtown, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday that the event will "shine a spotlight" on Grand Park, the city's up-and-coming Civic Center gathering spot.
  • At least 15 hurt when firetrucks collide in Monterey Park

    16 Apr 2014 | 9:53 pm
    Two trucks from different departments were responding to a house fire. The crash sends one truck smashing into a restaurant.At least 15 people, including six firefighters, were injured Wednesday afternoon when two firetrucks collided in Monterey Park, causing one to smash into a small restaurant.
  • Judges overturn rulings on Sacramento River contracts

    16 Apr 2014 | 9:44 pm
    Activists have targeted the 2005 renewal of long-term contracts that entitle senior rights holders to divert water while restricting access by junior rights holders. A decision by a federal appeals court Wednesday could allow for changes in water deliveries to irrigation districts that hold senior rights to Sacramento River supplies.
  • Household rat poison linked to death and disease in wildlife

    16 Apr 2014 | 9:33 pm
    Evidence of rat poison is found in a sickly puma whose territory includes Griffith Park. Researchers suspect a link between poisons and mange.The mountain lion known as P-22 looked majestic just a few months ago, in a trail-camera photo shot against the backdrop of the Hollywood sign.
  • Contributions to California congressional candidates disclosed

    16 Apr 2014 | 9:32 pm
    Incumbents in several areas have raised more than $1 million to fend off challengers. A sure-to-be-costly race is the one to succeed retiring Rep. Henry A. Waxman (D-Beverly Hills).Campaign contributions are flowing briskly to candidates in some of California's hottest congressional races, including two of the most vocal proponents of getting money out of politics.
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  • Leland Yee case: Feds again vow to add racketeering charges against most defendants

    <p class="bylinejb">By Howard Mintz<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:hmintz@mercurynews.com'>hmintz@mercurynews.com</a>
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:40 pm
    Federal prosecutors say 'RICO is coming' in case against state Sen. Leland Yee and 28 defendants tied up in sweeping political corruption and organized crime probe. Still unknown: Will legislator face the added federal charge
  • San Jose police: Infant dies after dad forgets he was in car and went to work

    <p class="bylinejb">By Robert Salonga and Mark Emmons<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation">Mercury News <br /></p><p class="bylinecopyright">
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:25 pm
    An infant boy died Wednesday after being left in a hot car by his father, who reportedly forgot he was there when he went to work, according to San Jose police.
  • Mi Pueblo grocery chain says it might have to liquidate

    <p class="bylinejb">By Dan Nakaso<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:dnakaso@mercurynews.com'>dnakaso@mercurynews.com</a>
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:16 pm
    Mi Pueblo, the popular and colorful chain of family-grown Hispanic grocery stores, has limited options to re-emerge from bankruptcy protection and faces the possibility of having to liquidate its 21 stores and abandon its 3,260 employees, the company says.
  • Agnews site: San Jose-Santa Clara Unified deal almost done to purchase for schools and park

    <p class="bylinejb">By Sharon Noguchi<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:snoguchi@mercurynews.com'>snoguchi@mercurynews.com</a>
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:10 pm
    The city of San Jose and the Santa Clara Unified School District are nearing the finish line in the $80 million purchase of the former Agnews Developmental Center from the state. Votes to authorize final negotiations on the 81 acres are set Tuesday for the San Jose City Council and Thursday for the school district.
  • San Jose: Search for human remains continue at downtown fire site

    <p class="bylinejb">By Mark Gomez<br /></p><p class="bylineaffiliation"><a href='mailto:mgomez@mercurynews.com'>mgomez@mercurynews.com</a><br /></p><p class="bylinecopyright">
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:52 pm
    Search dogs are combing the rubble of the former KNTV building destroyed by fire in an attempt to confirm the presence of human remains.
 
 
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    California Research Bureau Reports

  • Health Information Exchange: An Overview

    18 Apr 2014 | 10:00 am
    Jaemin Lee and Pamela Martin. (S-14-010) As the Affordable Care Act expands health care benefits to millions of uninsured and underinsured people, lowering costs of care has become a pressing issue. One approach to this problem is to reduce duplicative laboratory tests and prevent medication errors by exchanging health information across different care settings. This brief defines major terminologies associated with health information technology and discusses federal efforts to encourage the adoption of electronic health record (EHR) systems among physicians and hospitals.
  • Military Sexual Trauma and California's Women Veterans

    11 Apr 2014 | 9:00 am
    Matthew K. Buttice, Ph.D. (S-14-009) This Short Subject presents results from the 2013 California Women Veteran Survey, which asked respondents questions about the prevalence and aftermath of sexual harassment and assault while serving in the military. Overall, 73 percent of respondents reported sexual harassment and 40 percent reported sexual assault. The majority of respondents who experienced harassment and/or assault did not report the incident(s). Of those who did report incidents of sexual assault, more than 60 percent felt retaliated against and 1 in 5 reported suffering from…
  • Psychosocial and Economic Health of Older Latinos in California

    28 Mar 2014 | 9:25 am
    Tonya D. Lindsey, Ph.D. (S-14-005) This Short Subject is a part of our Healthy Aging Series and presents information about the mental and economic health of older Latinas and Latinos. California's Latina/o population is aging due to an increase in life expectancy and a larger number of Latina/o baby boomers entering their elderly years. A larger percentage of Latinas and Latinos experienced more psychological distress, less social connection in some ways, and more economic insecurity than other Californians.
  • Pharmaceuticals in Water: An Overview

    26 Mar 2014 | 9:59 am
    Kellie Jean Hogue, Ph.D. (S-14-006) Despite a large volume of scientific research, the definitive risks of active pharmaceutical ingredients to human health are largely unknown. Detection of low-level concentrations of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) in California drinking water has raised interest in finding safe ways to dispose of unwanted, unused medications. Prepared at the request of the Senate Committee on Environmental Quality, this series examines the complex issue of pharmaceuticals in water. This short subject provides an overview of pharmaceuticals in water:…
  • Common Pharmaceuticals in California Water

    26 Mar 2014 | 9:59 am
    Kellie Jean Hogue, Ph.D. (S-14-007) Despite a large volume of scientific research, the definitive risks of active pharmaceutical ingredients to human health are largely unknown. Detection of low-level concentrations of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) in California drinking water has raised interest in finding safe ways to dispose of unwanted, unused medications. Prepared at the request of the Senate Committee on Environmental Quality, this series examines the complex issue of pharmaceuticals in water. This short subject discusses the impacts of pharmaceuticals in water,…
 
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    About.com California Travel

  • Why I'm Looking Forward to May in California

    14 Apr 2014 | 6:17 pm
    By the end of May, the summer travel season will be in full swing, kicking off over Memorial Day weekend. These are some things I'm looking forward to before then: It's a sweet and bittersweet occasion, getting in one last stay at the Inn on Mt. Ada on Catalina Island, before they close for good this coming November. Yosemite's Tioga Pass often opens in May, which means I can get across the mountains to check out a few more of those great natural hot springs around Mammoth and Bridgeport. You can find this year's actual opening info at the Yosemite website. I am not looking forward to the…
  • Plan Ahead in April

    11 Apr 2014 | 6:33 pm
    If you plan to travel in California during the next year, you might be surprised by how early you need to make reservations for some campgrounds and by how fast some of the popular annual events sell out. To help you get ahead of the things you need to plan for, we've put together a monthly list. It's not the things can do this month, but the ones you need to make plans for now, even though they may not happen for months....Read Full Post
  • Weekend Getaway: Santa Cruz

    7 Apr 2014 | 6:53 pm
    Santa Cruz sits at the north end of the Monterey Bay and is home to the largest surviving oceanfront amusement park in California. It's a cozy town with a lively music scene, extraordinary natural beauty and a laid-back ambiance that makes it easy to relax. On summer weekends, Highway 17 going toward Santa Cruz is choked with cars heading for the beach, but the rest of the year, it's less crowded and more fun....Read Full Post
  • Top Blog Posts in March

    5 Apr 2014 | 6:38 pm
    In case you missed them, these were the most popular things we posted in March: New Find: San Francisco Tours in a VW Van Weekend Getaway in Malibu Reader Favorites in Hollywood
  • Hearst Castle Architect Julia Morgan Honored

    3 Apr 2014 | 6:33 pm
    Architect Julia Morgan is the first ever female American Institute of Architecture Gold Medalist. "Never mind that she died in 1956," says About.com's architecture expert Jackie Craven. Morgan worked in California in the early twentieth century and one of her best-known California designs is Hearst Castle, but that's far from all. Check out her bio and most important designs....Read Full Post
 
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    Winery & Vineyard Blog

  • New Release from Lafond Winery – 2010 Lafond Vineyard Pinot Noir

    Pierre
    15 Apr 2014 | 4:27 am
    Winemaker’s Comments: We selected barrels with wine from 3 different clones. Each clone, 667, 777 and Pommard supplied 1/3 of the total. This, I believe, is our flagship Pinot Noir for the 2010 vintage. Each vintage is different, what clones will make the top wine varies from year to year. We are fortunate to have […]
  • New Release 2013 Santa Barbara Winery Rosé of Syrah

    Pierre
    4 Apr 2014 | 10:55 am
    The Santa Rita Hills is a small appellation at the western end of the Santa Ynez Valley that has gained national recognition for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The Valley runs west to east permitting the late afternoon ocean fog to roll into the Santa Rita Hills, where it lingers until early morning. The surrounding […]
  • New Release Santa Barbara Winery 2012 Sata Rita Hills Pinot Noir

    Pierre
    28 Mar 2014 | 4:23 pm
    The Santa Rita Hills is a small appellation at the western end of the Santa Ynez Valley that has gained national recognition for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The Valley runs west to east permitting the late afternoon ocean fog to roll into the Santa Rita Hills, where it lingers until early morning. The surrounding […]
  • Spring Images from the Vineyard by David

    Pierre
    26 Mar 2014 | 4:52 pm
  • More Images of Spring

    Pierre
    26 Mar 2014 | 4:51 pm
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    this tasty life - a san diego food blog

  • ‘rita’s cantina @ harrah’s / valley center, ca

    mary
    16 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    My Dad recently had a birthday (happy birthday, Dad!) and he and my mom spend his birthday weekend up at Harrah’s. He wanted us (Jake, S and I) to meet them for breakfast at Valley View Casino, but we found out that Valley View is a “NO KIDS!@#” zone so we ended up going back to Harrah’s for eats. On the way over to Harrah’s (which is a short drive from Valley View Casino), we spotted a little furry dog running UP THE STREET on the two lane road between the casinos. There was a bus and three other cars behind him and he was just RUNNING up the way while the…
  • [recipe] green bean salad + homemade bbq

    mary
    15 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    A couple of weeks ago when I showed the strawberry lemonade and strawberry lime cheesecake bars I meant to show the rest of the dinner that week, too! But I got sidetracked, so slacker that I am is showing you now. (PS – Today’s the last day to enter to win tickets for the Taste of Hillcrest this weekend!!! Enter and stuff!) I used the same rub I’ve created in the past to smoke a pork butt and a rack of St. Louis pork ribs. The pork butt was smoked for roughly ten hours while the rubs got smoked for six hours. I got up early that day to leave Jake’s house to head home…
  • mr. peabody’s bar & grill / encinitas, ca

    mary
    14 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    Mr. Peabody’s is a cool little dive bar/grill in Encinitas, CA that I was invited to check out last week. It’s tuckered into a strip mall right off the freeway at Encinitas Blvd. It’s kind of hard to spot since the sign doesn’t really stand out and it’s way back in the lot, but it’s worth a visit to this semi-hidden spot! They got some sweet happy hour deals as well as Daily Specials plus live entertainment nearly every evening. You can see all of the menu here: Menu Page 1 | Menu Page 2 | Menu Page 3 | Menu Page 4 We started out with some beers, Stacey…
  • supernatural sandwiches / miramar – san diego, ca

    mary
    11 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    A few months ago, my co-worker cohorts and I tried to come to this plaza off Miramar Rd. for lunch to visit a place called Dave’s Cafe. But it had been closed down and a new spot was revamping it for an eventual move into the spot. Fast forward a few month’s and the place has finally opened and we went last week to check it out. The place? Supernatural Sandwiches. I think they’re still working on their signage since the only thing you can see from the street is the Grand Opening banner. I believe they have now been open for about a month! There’s a cool look and vibe…
  • [giveaway] taste of hillcrest coming up on april 19th, 2014 + win tickets!

    mary
    9 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    The 14th Annual Taste of Hillcrest is just around the corner! I last attended this event in 2012 and Jake and I had a blast going around and trying the crazy amount of samples available from over 40 restaurants in the neighborhood. There are 40 restaurants participating – making it one of the larger “taste” events in San Diego. These taste events are always a ton of fun – it’s a great chance to see what’s in the neighborhood with a day of exploration and lots of food! There is also a complimentary shuttle that will take you up and down University Ave. so…
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    California Employment Law Report

  • Are electronic signatures valid in the employment setting?

    Anthony Zaller
    14 Apr 2014 | 4:08 pm
    Generally, yes, and surprisingly this is one area that legislation is well ahead of the general adoption of the technical capabilities available in the marketplace. For example, in 1999 the California Legislature enacted the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (the “UETA”), Civ. Code, §§ 1633.1 et seq., which provides that when a law requires a record to be in writing or requires a signature, an electronic record or signature satisfies the law. The law requires that any contract entered into between two parties may not be denied legal enforceability simply because of the…
  • Interviewed for KTLA news story about employers' use of social media in the workplace

    Anthony Zaller
    26 Feb 2014 | 11:10 am
    I was interviewed for a news story that aired on KTLA here in Los Angeles about employer’s use of social media in evaluating applicants and employees. I’ve been writing and speaking about this topic for at least five years now, but given the pervasiveness of social media, the topic is only becoming more relevant with the increased use of social media today.  Employers need to remember to keep a few items in mind regarding social media and the workplace. California passed a law, Labor Code section 980, effective January 1, 2013 that prohibits employers from “requiring or…
  • Are on-duty meal periods valid in California?

    Anthony Zaller
    6 Feb 2014 | 7:58 am
    As many California employers know, ignoring or failing to comply with the requirements of providing meal and rest breaks in California can create huge liability for companies. California law does allow for “on-duty” meal periods, whereby the employee takes a meal break, but while still working. Employers sometimes view this exception as an easy alternative to having employees clock out and leave the company’s premises for meal breaks. However, the on-duty meal break exception has been interpreted to apply only in a very limited set of circumstances, and needs to be carefully…
  • Top Five Items California Employers Need To Know About Tips

    Anthony Zaller
    20 Jan 2014 | 3:25 pm
    1) Who owns a tip? California law is clear that voluntary tips left for an employee for goods sold or services performed belong to the employee, not the employer. Labor Code section 351 provides, “No Employer or agent shall collect, take or receive any gratuity or a part thereof that is paid, given to, or left for an employee by a patron…. Every gratuity is hereby declared to be the sole property of the employee or employees to whom it was paid, given, or left for.” 2) Is employer mandated tip pooling legal? Yes. In the seminal 1990 case on tip-pooling, Leighton v. Old…
  • Can employers use employee's posts to social media as basis for employment decisions or would this violate an employee's right to privacy?

    Anthony Zaller
    5 Jan 2014 | 8:50 pm
    Generally, employees have a privacy expectation in their personnel files, contact information, and work related information. However, this expectation of privacy is not limitless, especially when the employee publically airs his or her work experiences on social media sites for the public to see. Courts have held that employees can waive this right to privacy once they make disclosures in public for everyone else to read via social media networks. For example, in a case not in the employment context, a California court reviewed the issue of whether an author who posts an article on…
 
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    The California Employment Law Blog by Mediator Steven G. Pearl

  • Williams v. Superior Court: Court of Appeal Reverses Decertification Order In Off-the-Clock Class Action

    Steven G. Pearl
    9 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    Williams v. Superior Court (Allstate Insurance Company) (12/6/13, mod. 12/24/13) 221 Cal.App.4th 1353, concerns facts very similar to those in Jones, which I discussed recently. The plaintiff sued his employer, Allstate, alleging that he and other insurance adjusters worked off the clock, performing tasks such as logging onto their work computers, but that they “hesitated to request overtime because they did not want to be perceived as ‘bad’ employees.” Slip op. at 3. The trial court originally certified an “off-the-clock” class, but granted Allstate’s motion for…
  • Jones v. Farmers Insurance Exchange: Court of Appeal Reverses Denial of Class Certification in Off-the-Clock Class Action

    Steven G. Pearl
    8 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    In Jones v. Farmers Insurance Exchange (10/28/13, mod. and pub. 11/26/13) 221 Cal.App.4th 986, the plaintiff worked as an adjuster for Farmers. He sued, alleging that Farmers should have paid him for "computer sync time" work performed before beginning his scheduled shifts.  The plaintiff filed for class certification, and Farmers opposed, arguing that it had no uniform policy requiring unpaid pre-shift work and that individual issues thus predominated. The trial court denied certification, and the Court of Appeal reversed, finding as follows: Under Brinker and Sav-On the…
  • Martinez v. Joe's Crab Shack: Court Reverses Certification Denial in Misclassification Class Action

    Steven G. Pearl
    7 Apr 2014 | 8:27 am
    In Martinez v. Joe's Crab Shack (11/12/13, pub. 12/4/13) 221 Cal.App.4th 1148, the plaintiffs alleged that the defendants misclassified them and other salaried management employees as exempt from California’s overtime requirements. The trial court denied certification, and the Court of Appeal reversed, holding as follows: The plaintiffs adequately represented the class because any antagonism to the case voiced by putative class members did not go “to the very subject matter of the litigation” and could be managed by creating subclasses. Slip op. at 10-12. The…
  • Palagin v. Paniagua Construction: Undertaking in Labor Commissioner Appeal Is Jurisdictional

    Steven G. Pearl
    13 Mar 2014 | 8:00 am
    Just a quick word on this case. In Palagin v. Paniagua Construction, Inc. (12/16/13) --- Cal.App.4th ---, the Court of Appeal held that the statutory deadline for an employer to post an undertaking "as a condition to filing an appeal" of a Labor Commissioner award is a jurisdictional deadline that the trial court cannot extend. Under Labor Code section 98.2(b), where the employer fails to post the undertaking within the statutory period, the trial court must dismiss the appeal. Cf. Progressive Concrete, Inc. v. Parker (2006) 136 Cal.App.4th 540, 552-553 (the undertaking requirement in an…
  • Ayala v. Antelope Valley Newspapers: California Supreme Court Calendars Oral Argument in Independent Contractor Class Action

    Steven G. Pearl
    12 Mar 2014 | 8:00 am
    In Ayala v. Antelope Valley Newspapers, Inc. (9/19/12, pub. 10/17/12) 210 Cal.App.4th 77 (discussed here), the plaintiffs sought to certify a class of newspaper home delivery carriers, alleging that AVP improperly classified them as independent contractors rather than employees. The trial court held that individual issues predominated because of numerous variations in how the carriers performed their jobs. The Court of Appeal reversed in part, holding that such variations did not preclude class certification under S.G. Borello & Sons, Inc. v. Department of Industrial…
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    California Newswire

  • Right at Home Dayton Partners with ClearCare to Bring Revolutionary Homecare Management Technology to Dayton

    Valerie Gotten
    16 Apr 2014 | 1:18 pm
    DAYTON, Ohio, April 16, 2014 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Right at Home – Dayton announced today that they are partnering with ClearCare to implement new technology that aims to help local seniors live independently as long as possible. The ClearCare technology is revolutionizing the home care industry and Right at Home-Dayton is the first established company in the Miami Valley to provide it to its clients and staff. The comprehensive home care system utilizes iPads/tablets, smartphones, and the latest software technology to connect professional home care providers with everyone else…
  • Save Cost with Free System Deployment – EaseUS Deploy Manager Special Edition

    Valerie Gotten
    16 Apr 2014 | 11:30 am
    NEW YORK, N.Y., April 16, 2014 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — EaseUS Software (http://www.todo-backup.com/), the leading provider for cost-effective data backup, disaster recovery and storage management software, today announces the release of a new edition of its famous system deploy tool – EaseUS Deploy Manager Special Edition. EaseUS Deploy Manager is the ideal solution for system deployment to multiple computers or servers simultaneously, which provides maximum flexibility and drives down corporate cost. And this new EaseUS Deploy Manager Special Edition allows one to deploy a system…
  • DrivenBI announces strategic partnership with Future Intelligence Technology Inc.

    Christopher Simmons
    16 Apr 2014 | 12:00 am
    PASADENA, Calif. /California Newswire/ — The business intelligence company, DrivenBI today announced that it has commenced an SRK reselling partnership with Future Intelligence Technology Inc. (FITi) in Taiwan, to provide its customers with timely communication, support, and services in the same time zone. Furthermore, since DrivenBI partnered with Salesforce in 4th Quarter of 2013, DrivenBI is one step closer to cultivating this established market outside the States. "DrivenBI is excited to further expand our global footprint by offering SRK to customers through this partnership…
  • AMP SoCal : Cárdenas, Southern Calif. Reps Push For Manufacturing Jobs In Southern California

    Christopher Simmons
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:03 pm
    SAN FERNANDO, Calif. /California Newswire/ — Today, U.S. Rep. Tony Cárdenas (D-San Fernando Valley) led several of his fellow Southern California Representatives in supporting the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership for Southern California (AMP SoCal). AMP SoCal is applying for the newly-created Investment in Manufacturing Communities Partnership (IMCP) designation from the Department of Commerce. AMP SoCal is made up of industry, local and regional government, economic development organizations, community colleges, universities, workforce investment boards and philanthropy spanning…
  • Calif. School Districts and Thousands of Californians Join in Urging the Governor to Save SoCal ROC

    Christopher Simmons
    15 Apr 2014 | 9:31 am
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. /California Newswire/ — A letter and a petition signed by thousands of Californians urging the Governor to save the Southern California Regional Occupational Center, also known as SoCal ROC, was delivered to Governor Brown on Monday by Assemblymember Muratsuchi (D-Torrance). In the letter, which was undersigned by representatives of SoCal ROC and participating school districts, Muratsuchi also requests that the Governor visit SoCal ROC, an institution regarded as the crown jewel of the South Bay that is at risk of shutting down next year. Last year, under Governor…
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    Travelinlocal Fat Loss Blog

  • Garcinia Cambogia Fat Busters Exposed

    Balkins
    3 Apr 2014 | 4:52 pm
    Many medical professionals have studied Garcinia Cambogia for many years and have actually discovered appealing things about the remove. The natural chemicals that are inside the plant encourage weight loss. People that intend to drop weight utilize it regularly. Knowing this sort of logic can be hard. Scientific lookings for reveal that the Garcinia fruit is one of the most powerful on the planet. It is made use of as an effective diet assistance for the obese. Weight problems is a large issue that is currently ravaging the country. Many women do not like to be fat. Fat women are hideous and…
  • Garcinia Cambogia In Australia: Tips For Women

    Balkins
    20 Mar 2014 | 4:42 pm
    Australian women looking for Garcinia Cambogia extract should be informed about the best way to possibly use it. Many people are looking for a quick fix to attach their weight loss goals, and Garcinia can really reap a lot of benefits. Increased energy and reduced fatigue is a nice one if you are looking to also increase the amount of exercise you are doing while taking the capsules. Another important piece of information is to realize that your appetite will be drastically reduced when consuming this extract. The pure form of it is what you want, however, and you should not go and pick up…
 
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    Downtown L.A. Law Group

  • Ontel Isometric Product Recall Lawsuit

    Farid Yaghoubtil
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:56 pm
    Ontel is the manufacturer of the popular exercise device that is used for a variety of different exercises.  However, the ISO7X has been recalled for certain defects which can cause significant bodily injuries. In certain cases it can cause traumatic eye injuries, lacerations and punctures. In fact there have been reports that these types of […]
  • Striant Lawsuit Attorney -Testosterone Heart Attack Class Action Claim

    Farid Yaghoubtil
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:37 pm
    The last decade has witnessed a dramatic rise males who have been prescribed medications for the treatment of low testosterone. Unfortunately the use of the vast majority of testosterone treatment drugs that have been released into the marketplace can significantly  increase the risk of cardiac health complications amongst users. Types of harms linked to the […]
  • Monterey Park Fire Truck Crash – 4-16-14 – Lawsuit Information

    Farid Yaghoubtil
    16 Apr 2014 | 5:53 pm
    According to the latest information at least 14 individual suffered injuries from a Monterey Park fire truck that crashed into a restaurant in Monterey Park on April 16th 2014. Luckily no death from the accident have been reported, however the full extent of the injuries suffered by victims remains unknown. Amongst the injured include pedestrian […]
  • Can I Sue for Being Knocked Down by a Dog Jumping on Me

    Farid Yaghoubtil
    16 Apr 2014 | 4:10 pm
    Every year thousands of individuals suffer harm due to the vicious propensity of a dog. In some cases injuries sustained by victims are not due to any dog bites but by being knocked down or knocked over by large breeds of dogs jumping on victims. Individuals who have sustained any type of harm caused by […]
  • Androderm Class Action Lawsuit Attorney for Heart Attack Claims

    Farid Yaghoubtil
    14 Apr 2014 | 2:55 pm
    According to several recent studies the use of prescription drugs meant to increase the level of testosterone in males has been linked to a significantly increase risk of heart attacks. The two population groups at greatest risk of heart attacks due to increased levels of testosterone include males over the age of 65 as well […]
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  • How can I Get Beautiful Skin for Spring??

    Sarah Damico
    25 Mar 2014 | 10:35 pm
    First, don't make the mistake of over-scrubbing, over-cleaning, and over-treating. Frosty temperatures may have damaged the outermost protective layer, exposing facial skin to irritants and bacteria.**spring care salon** visitHydration and exfoliation are the keys to smoother skin for spring. Slough off dry skin cells with a gentle exfoliator like Olay Skin Smoothing Cream Scrub, which combines a conditioning beta-hydroxy acid formula with microbeads. Beta-hydroxy acids loosen the dead cells of the epidermis, making room for new growth.A mild unscented soap that won't strip away…
  • The acne diet

    Sarah Damico
    20 Mar 2014 | 1:36 am
    Are you sick of feeling like your skin is under attack from blemishes? Is Acne ruining your confidence, or do you wish you knew how to treat it? Sometimes it can feel that there are so many myth-conceptions around what works to prevent & treat acne that many people think that they’re never going to be able to find an effective cure. However, what if you could eat your way to clearer skin?  In today’s blog, I’m going to show you the Acne Diet that will help you do just that! Acne vulgaris is determined as a genetic predisposition to a malfunction of the pilo sebaceous unit…
  • Sensitive skin issue

    Sarah Damico
    20 Mar 2014 | 1:28 am
    Up to 50-90% of people suffer with skin sensitivity at some point in their lives. Typically, a sensitive skin tends to be reactive to normal stimuli resulting in stinging, redness and irritation.How do I know if I have an allergy prone skin?A true sensitive skin is usually seen in very fair skin and is often associated with individuals that also suffer from eczema, hay fever and or asthma. These people can often have food allergies and be reactive to certain med- ications. This type of sensitive skin is not so common but is allergy prone and best suited to a very gentle and basic skincare…
  • Fruits for a glowing skin

    Sarah Damico
    20 Mar 2014 | 12:50 am
    We also know that a cup of fruit juice a day is sure to guarantee a clear complexion. How about a massage with a fruit pulp or a fruit facial? Fruit facials have been there for at least a decade now. But with people getting more wary of effect of chemicals on the skin, a majority of them are now resorting to using something from their own kitchen. What better way to pamper your skin than with pure stuff which is free of toxins and not harmful to your skin? Banana: This is one fruit that's abundantly available in India all through the year. We know it's a good source of iron,…
  • 2014 NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade

    Sarah Damico
    17 Mar 2014 | 11:18 pm
    y Kristina Skorbach, Epoch Times | March 17, 2014Last Updated: March 17, 2014 10:48 pmFeedbackPrevNext<>The St. Patrick’s Day Parade is an annual event where all things green emerge. From green beads to green beards, it’s a world-wide celebration of an Irish tradition. The New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade marched for the first time more than 250 years ago, on March 17, 1762. That’s fourteen years before the Declaration of Independence. As the 250,000 marchers made their way up 5th Avenue on March 17, 2014, Epoch Times photographers were there to capture…
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