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How Do I Benefit from the Passage of California Proposition 19?

On November 3, 2020, California Proposition 19 passed with over 51% of the 15 million votes cast. Taking effect on April 1, 2021, the passage of Proposition 19 ushers in an unprecedented tax benefit for Californians aged 55 years and older. As you may recall from our earlier blog post “California Proposition 19: What You […]

Business Liability for COVID-19

As businesses continue to reopen across the country, many owners are asking whether they have any protection from patron-initiated COVID-19 lawsuits. The short answer is no. Until there is legislation or a government order granting immunity from such lawsuits, a business’s liability remains unchanged. They can be sued by any patron. However, in the state […]

Updated Emergency Order Regarding Unlawful Detainer Actions

We have received a lot of questions about the state of unlawful detainer (evictions) proceedings in California. A previous blog addressed Governor Newsom’s order about bringing post-COVID-19 unlawful detainer actions. That post described the order as setting a minimum standard for commencing unlawful detainer actions. It also stated that stricter measures could be imposed by […]