30 Weintraub Tobin Attorneys Named to 2019 Northern California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Lists

Weintraub Tobin is pleased to announce that more than 30 Weintraub Tobin attorneys have been included on the 2019 Super Lawyers and Rising Star lists for outstanding attorneys Northern California.  In addition, 6 Weintraub Tobin attorneys received special recognition on Northern California and Sacramento “Top” lists.

Attorneys selected to the 2019 Northern California Super Lawyers list include Brendan J. BegleyGary L. Bradus, Kay U. Brooks

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A Case Lesson in “What Not To Do” When Billing as a Conservator

by Daniel C. Kim
The Trusts & Estates Law Blog

Based on recent appellate cases, one of which is discussed below, the court’s scrutiny of conservators’ conduct and, specifically, private fiduciaries, is seemingly on the rise. Private fiduciaries acting as conservators should always remain focused on performing and charging only for those services that are consistent with the best interests of their conservatees. California case law continues to refine that understanding.

In the recent case of the Conservatorship of Presha,

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37 Weintraub Tobin Attorneys Named Among 2018 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Super Lawyers has released its Northern California, Southern California and San Diego lists of outstanding attorneys for 2018, on which 37 Weintraub Tobin attorneys have been included. Five Weintraub Tobin attorneys received special recognition as a Top 25 Sacramento Super Lawyer.

Weintraub Tobin attorneys named to the 2018 Southern California and San Diego Super Lawyers include David R. Gabor and Andrew Gilford;  in the firm’s Los Angeles office; Sherry S. Bragg and Gary A.

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Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: A Fiduciary's Guide to the Attorney-Client Privilege

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Summary of Program

As a fiduciary, you may think that all of your communications with your attorney are confidential.  While communications between an attorney and his or her client are generally protected by the attorney-client privilege, in the trustee context, it is the office of the trustee, not the individual who is acting as trustee, that is the client.  As a result, if a trustee resigns or is removed from office, all of the confidential attorney-client communications will pass to the successor trustee.

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21 Weintraub Tobin Attorneys included in Sacramento Magazine’s Top Lawyers List 2017

SACRAMENTO, California – July 26, 2017 – Weintraub Tobin Law Corporation congratulates its 21 attorneys who have been included in Sacramento Magazine’s 2017 Top Lawyer List.

Brendan Begley | Appellate
Gary L. Bradus | Banking & Financial Service, Business/Corporate
Kay U. Brooks | Estate Planning & Probate
Dale C. Campbell | Business Litigation, Litigation-Commercial, Trade Secrets
Christopher Chediak | Business/Corporate,

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36 Weintraub Tobin Attorneys Named Among 2017 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Super Lawyers has released its Northern California, Southern California, and San Diego lists of outstanding attorneys for 2017, on which 36 Weintraub Tobin attorneys have been included. Six Weintraub Tobin attorneys received special recognition as a Top 25 Sacramento Super Lawyer.

Weintraub Tobin attorneys named to the 2017 Southern California and San Diego Super Lawyers include David R. Gabor, Andrew GilfordScott Hervey in the firm’s Los Angeles office; 

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Texas Federal Court Permanently Blocks Persuader Rule

by Daniel C. Kim
The Labor & Employment Law Blog

As previously reported here, earlier this year a federal district court in Texas issued a preliminary injunction preventing the Department of Labor (“DOL”) from enforcing the new Persuader Rule, which was to go into effect as of July 1, 2016. Last week, the court issued a ruling converting its preliminary injunction into a permanent one, which now imposes a nationwide ban on implementation of the new rule.

By way of a refresher,

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NLRB Revises Back Pay Formula

by Daniel C. Kim
The Labor & Employment Law Blog

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In a 3-1 ruling, the National Labor Relations Board (“Board”) recently revised its back pay formula and radically departed from its traditional remedy for compensating employees who have been unlawfully terminated. The Board’s ruling now supports employees’ rights to recover search-for-work and interim employment expenses, regardless of whether the employees have interim earnings and regardless of the amount in question.

The case involved King Soopers, Inc. who employed the complainant who was a barista at a Starbucks kiosk in a King Soopers grocery store located in Denver,

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Self-Help Discovery May Be Protected Activity

by Daniel C. Kim
The Litigation Law Blog

 

As a matter of first impression, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court recently held that self-help discovery may constitute “protected activity” under Massachusetts’ anti-retaliation statute. The decision is contrary to other jurisdictions which do not expressly authorize such self-help discovery.

To read the full blog, please visit: http://blog.hrusa.com/blog/self-help-discovery-may-be-protected-activity/

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