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FX Network is adapting the newly released nonfiction book written by cybersecurity reporter Nicole Perlroth. The series is being developed by Tommy Schlamme from The West Wing. The book is about the history of cyberwarfare and how the United States became vulnerable to attack. The drama series is being executive produced by Schlamme along with Julie deJoie.
Cheech Marin will be part of an upcoming Lionsgate action-comedy, Shotgun Wedding, also starring Lenny Kravitz, Jennifer Lopez, and Josh Duhamel. Jason Moore is directing the film and it is slated to start production this month. D’arcy Carden, Selena Tan, Desmin Borges, and Alex Mallari have also signed on for the film.
Summary of Program Join Ryan Abernethy and Shauna Correia of Weintraub Tobin’s Labor & Employment Group as they discuss the multitude of wage and hour laws that govern non-exempt employees. Unfortunately, both single-plaintiff and class-action wage and hour lawsuits continue to plague California employers. Employers are often sued because of technical violations that occur simply because the employer is unaware of its legal obligations.
A recent case in the Southern District of New York calls into serious question the ubiquitous practice of embedding photographs on a content creator’s website. An embedded photo is one that is not hosted on the website’s own server, but instead is linked to a third-party server like a social media site.
While employers were busy dealing with a multitude of issues during the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic in the Spring of 2020, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (“DFEH”) quietly issued some amended regulations that employers should be aware of as they relate to employer interviewing and hiring practices.
Weintraub Tobin has played a critical role in the growth and development of the greater Sacramento Region and communities throughout the state, representing clients in many of the largest and most complex real estate transactions and related financing structures to date.
The attorneys and staff at Weintraub represent a wide range of personal experiences, countries of origin, ages, religions, and gender. We have a firm culture that respects differences and recognizes unique perspectives. We are committed to recruiting, hiring, developing, and promoting attorneys and staff of diverse backgrounds. Our goal is for our firm to reflect the communities in which we work and serve.