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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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Diepenbrock Elkin Gleason LLP Proudly Supports WLS Artfest 2018

Diepenbrock Elkin Gleason LLP is proud to support Women Lawyers of Sacramento’s 2018 Artfest! Artfest is a fundraising event that includes exhibits by local artists, a… Read More
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California Supreme Court Poised to Resolve Split of Authority Regarding Use of Pre-Trial Motion To Determine Liability Issues in Inverse Condemnation Proceedings by David A. Diepenbrock

 By David A. Diepenbrock, Diepenbrock Elkin Gleason LLP Earlier this year, the Fourth District Court of Appeal created a split among California appellate courts on the questi… Read More
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Congratulations to Our Attorneys Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© 2019

Diepenbrock Elkin Gleason LLP is thrilled to announce that six of our attorneys have been recognized The Best Lawyers in America© for 2019. According to Best Lawyers ̶… Read More
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Congratulations to our 2018 Best of The Bar!

Diepenbrock Elkin Gleason LLP is pleased to announce that partners Nicole R. Gleason, Bradley J. Elkin, Eileen M. Diepenbrock, Mark E. Peterson, David A. Diepenbrock and Dani… Read More
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Not Yet: Arbitrator’s “Partial Final Award” Not Immediately Reviewable by Superior Court by Jonathan R. Marz

  By Jonathan Marz, Diepenbrock Elkin Gleason LLP In arbitrations, as in court actions, interim decisions or “awards” can be rendered that are unfavorable to a party.  C… Read More
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New Appellate Decision Raises Issues for Binding Attorneys to Confidentiality Provisions by Conner D. Johnston

New Appellate Decision Raises Issues for Binding Attorneys to Confidentiality Provisions By Conner D. Johnston                 Some disputes can only be settled… Read More
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Congratulations to our 2018 Super Lawyers!

Diepenbrock Elkin Gleason LLP is proud to announce three of our partners, Eileen Diepenbrock, Nicole Gleason and Danielle Stephens have been selected as Northern California… Read More
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