Just days ago, Uber agreed to a $245 million-equivalent settlement with Waymo (both California companies), ending an ongoing dispute over an alleged theft by Uber; a theft not of
Facebook has been in hot water over the years because of several data breaches, and has had a litany of lawsuits as a result. Facebook is currently facing as
This and future articles will focus on prominent business, intellectual property and litigation issues for those operating in, or looking to enter, the legal cannabis market.
Dan Kramer, partner and trial attorney at Kramer Holcomb Sheik, has been recognized as Trial Lawyer of the Month by Attorney at Law Magazine for December 2018.
PART II: Legalization Brings Liability: Which is Good for the Consumer?
The legalization of cannabis is drastically changing the landscape surrounding the business, and one important change has come in
KHS is proud to announce the inclusion of three cases in Top Verdict’s 2016 and 2017 Lists for Personal Injury and Labor & Employment cases.
Top Verdict searches the
10,000 Americans will turn 65 every day for the next 10 years.
As the population ages and more Americans prepare for retirement, thieves and fraudsters are targeting this vulnerable
Download the app, scan the bar code, and BOOM you are riding an electric scooter around the streets of Los Angeles for less than the price of a cup of
PART I: If Cannabis is Federally Illegal, How Can I Enforce Agreements in the Cannabis Industry?
Prior to California legalizing medical and adult-use cannabis, many cannabis operators ran their businesses
California Supreme Court establishes presumption of employment if ABC Test met for “independent contractors.”
Good news for “independent contractors,” but bad news for employers that classify their workers as independent