Time sure does fly. Here at Griswold Law (and in life), things have been quite busy. I was unpleasantly surprised to realize it has been close to a year since the last article. My motivation is renewed and the published articles will follow.
As I have in the past, I will focus the articles on three broad areas of California law: employment law, real estate law, and health and safety code receivership law. I pay close attention to the types of emails and phone calls I receive, and therefore, I will attempt to write articles most responsive to the types of inquiries most often heard.
Within the area of California employment law, the articles will focus on employee rights, including but not limited to wage & hour, overtime compensation, independent contractor vs. employee, employee misclassification, meals and rest periods, unpaid commissions, discrimination, retaliation, harassment, wrongful termination, and employee class actions. The bodies of law most often at issue in this practice area are California Labor Code, Federal Fair Labor Standards Act, California Fair Employment & Housing Act, and Title VII.
Within the area of California real estate law, the articles will focus on real estates sales disclosures, broker disputes, escrow disputes, title insurance disputes, and landlord/tenant habitability requirements.
Within the area of California Health & Safety Code receiverships, the articles will focus on situations that warrant the appointment of a health and safety code receiver, including but not limited to, hoarder-owners, abandoned properties, nuisance properties, slumlord housing, or illegal housing.
I look forward to hearing from readers.
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