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Why a sound business strategy, investor engagement, and strong leadership are the best defense against activism.

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Friday, November 17, 2023

LA County's talc litigation represents a colossal waste of taxpayer-funded time as public lawyers collaborate with private plaintiffs' attorneys, employing outrageous tactics that, in all likelihood, will not succeed for most.
Developments on California Proposition 65: First Amendment, short-form warnings, and food products.

Thursday, November 16, 2023

Friday, November 10, 2023

Employers may see the trade-off as an opportunity to trim budgets by eliminating jobs that can be done faster and cheaper by AI. But they must understand the legal and HR implications of job automation, including potential job displacement and the need for upskilling or reskilling programs. Employers – whether construction, legal, hospitality, education, or any other industry or profession – must start making changes now.
Practitioners should keep an eye on the case because it has the potential to make it easier for so-called "innocent owners" to recover property that is seized by the government.
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