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We're Hiring an Associate Attorney!

Associate Attorney Location: Sacramento, CA Summary Diepenbrock Elkin Dauer Stephens McCandless LLP is seeking an associate with 3-5 years of experience for its litigation pr… Read More
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Congratulations to our attorneys who were selected as Sacramento Magazine's 2019 Top Lawyers!

Sacramento Magazine’s 2019 Top Lawyers! Read More
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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2019 SUPER LAWYERS!

Diepenbrock Elkin Dauer Stephens McCandless LLP is proud to announce that several of our attorneys have been selected as Northern California 2019 Super Lawyers! Super Lawyers… Read More
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"Skilled and Trained Workforce" Recovery Plans. By: Jennifer L. Dauer

“Skilled and Trained Workforce” Recovery Plans As recently discussed, amendments to Public Contract Code sections 2600 et seq. adopted in Assembly Bill 3018 (AB 30… Read More
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Time to Update your Civil Code Section 1542: General Release - Danielle R. Stephens

If you are relying on a Civil Code Section 1542 waiver in your settlement agreement or other documents to ensure that the releasing party releases any unknown claims against y… Read More
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Sacramento’s Technology Environment is Growing, and We Are Here to Help By: Conner D. Johnston

Sacramento’s Technology Environment is Growing, and We Are Here to Help By: Conner D. Johnston As both a lawyer that has represented start-ups and as a co-founder of a soft… Read More
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Diepenbrock Elkin Gleason LLP Honored as one of Sacramento's 2018 Best Places to Work

Diepenbrock Elkin Gleason LLP is proud to have been honored as one of Sacramento’s Best Places to Work by the Sacramento Business Journal. Our firm is proud to promote… Read More
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Increased Risks from AB 3018 Amendments to “Skilled and Trained Workforce” Requirements. By: Jennifer L. Dauer

Increased Risks from AB 3018 Amendments to “Skilled and Trained Workforce” Requirements. By: Jennifer L. Dauer In recent years, unions have pushed legislation designed to… Read More
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How Important is a Preliminary Notice? By: Chris A. McCandless

HOW IMPORTANT IS A PRELIMINARY NOTICE? By Chris A. McCandless, Esq.   Contractors and others contributing to construction projects possess potent remedies when it comes… Read More
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Non-Applicability of California Law in California Contract Disputes by Conner D. Johnston

Non-Applicability of California Law in California Contract Disputes By Conner D. Johnston Determining which state law applies is one of the first steps in any corporate contr… Read More
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