Over a decade, Bohm finds California foothold

During Tulane Law School’s 2014 skills-training boot camp, Sacramento attorney Lawrance Bohm (L ’00) gave civil litigation students an impromptu lesson in pretrial reality: awaiting a verdict from a California jury, he let students listen in on a conference call with the trial judge and opposing counsel when jurors sent out a written question… To

Safety Not Guaranteed

Nurse Macias’s life was turned upside down the day she was terminated. She joined the medical profession because she wanted to provide the best possible care for her patients. For twenty-five years, Nurse Macias received excellent reviews for her hard work and dedication to her patients in the Emergency Room. Nurse Macias was proud that

3 Tips for Prospective Clients

Bring all documents that relate to your employment case. Try to avoid the temptation of sorting out your documents in terms of what you the attorney will want to see and what they won’t. Many people bring certain documents to consultation, but leave others behind because they don’t think they are important enough or related to their

Where Do I Go, The EEOC or DFEH?

Sadly, many employees tolerate discriminatory, harassing, and retaliatory environments at work until they decide that they no longer can, or until they no longer have a choice. It is at this point that a decision must be made what steps to take next. The first point to note, is that in order to file a claim for one of

Debate Heats Up on Political Hot Potato MICRA

You may have seen one of the billboards driving on Interstate 80. Opponents of California’s Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act (MICRA) have launched a new campaign urging legislators to reform MICRA or, in the alternative, scrap it altogether. The Act was signed into law in 1975 by Jerry Brown during his first stint as governor

The Board of Registered Nursing and Preserving Your Rights as an RN

The California Legislature established the Office of Administrative Hearings in 1945. The California Office of Administrative Hearings is a quasi-judicial court that hears administrative disputes. Through its panel of approximately 80 Administrative Law Judges, the Office of Administrative Hearings conducts thousands of hearings each year for state and local government agencies. The Office of Administrative

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