MUM’S THE WORD FOR EMPLOYEE SALARIES IN CALIFORNIA
December 2017 - This year-end edition of Quick Prophets offers a preview of a bill that was signed by Gov. Brown in October that is intended to improve equality in pay for employees in California, especially for women, while prohibiting employers from using a person's past salary history as a factor in the decision to hire.
Quarterly Prophets Winter 2016
Taking a Hit — The Federal Government’s New, More Relaxed Approach to Financial Institutions Operating in the Legalized Marijuana Sector
Quick Prophets Winter 2015
California Supreme Court Categorically Bars Deficiency Judgments Against Residential Borrowers on "Standard Purchase Money Loans" Following Short Sales
Quarterly Prophets Fall 2015
Simple mistakes can have big consequences — Such was the case for JPMorgan Chase Bank when their legal counsel failed to recognize that they were authorizing the filing of a UCC-3 termination with the effect of terminating the bank’s security interests for a $1.5 billion credit facility.
Quarterly Prophets Spring 2015
Money Judgments Are Not for Hanging on Walls: Bob Benjy’s and Chun Hsu’s judgment collection article is a useful primer for judgment creditors seeking to collect.
Quick Prophets February 2015
Bankruptcy Professionals v. Unsecured Creditors: A Battle Before the Highest Court in the Land