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Jacqueline Simonovich in San Francisco Attorney Magazine: BASF Book Club Review – The Other Black Girl by Zakiya Delila Harris

Jacqueline Simonovich serves on the Bar Association of San Francisco Barristers Club Diversity and Inclusion Committee and runs the Committee’s Book Club. Jacqueline drafted a review of the Book Club’s most recent book, The Other Black Girl by Zakiya Delila Harris, for the Fall 2021 edition of San Francisco Attorney Magazine. 

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WT Clients: Sotheby’s Presents The Amazing Collection of Ricky Jay

On the 27 & 28 October, Sotheby’s will present The Ricky Jay Collection, a miraculous and exacting tour through the history of the unusual and how it has captivated and inspired for centuries.  A video preview of the auction can be viewed here.  From Sotheby’s: Magician, actor, scholar, author: the range of Ricky Jay’s accomplishments were as varied as are the formats and subjects of the material in his celebrated Collection: books,

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upcoming events

Webinar: Can You Hear the Whistle Blowing? What to Know About Protections Against Retaliation in the Workplace And How to Prevent “Whistleblower” Claims

Like other employment claims in recent times, we are seeing more retaliation and “whistleblower” claims against California employers. Employers need to know what to listen for or they can find themselves accused of retaliating against a “whistleblower.” James Kachmar and Rachel Davey of Weintraub Tobin’s Labor and Employment Group are pleased to present this very important training session that will help business owners,

  • When:Wednesday, November 3, 2021
  • Where:Webinar

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The Briefing: Court Melts Ice Cube’s Trademark Lawsuit against Robinhood + Update

The IP Law Blog

This week on the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss a dispute between rapper, Ice Cube and Robinhood over the trading app’s use of Ice Cube’s image in a newsletter. Watch this episode on the Weintraub YouTube,

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Employers Beware – Confidentiality and Non-Disparagement Provisions Face Further Restrictions

by James Kachmar
The Labor & Employment Law Blog

In 2018, in response to the #MeToo movement, California enacted Senate Bill 820 which added section 1001 to the California Code of Civil Procedure and prohibited employers from including provisions into settlement agreements that prevent the disclosure of factual information relating to claims of sexual assault,

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