The California state legislature, local government entities, and state and federal courts are constantly changing the environment in which our clients operate on a daily basis and plan their future strategic direction. One way our attorneys provide superior value is by authoring articles in professional journals and legal newspapers that provide both context and analysis on a wide range of critical issues impacting public and private entities. Our most recent published articles are provided below, alphabetized by area of law. Prior articles are available in the annual archives in the left column or via the search function on our website. If you have a question about one of our articles or would like one of our attorneys to write an article for your publication, please contact us at email@example.com.
- Social Media, First Amendment, and Government: The New Rules of EngagementSeptember 13, 2021Social media, email, text messaging and similar communication technologies are transforming governments into a more efficient, effective and dynamic process. Whether it is an elected official using Twitter to address constituents or a city using a Facebook page to make public announcements, entities are becoming more accessible and connected to constituents. While the Supreme Court recognizes the ... read more
- Preparing a Witness for Trial: Tips for New and Young AssociatesMarch 1, 2021Yujin Chun, a Senior Associate in Meyers Nave’s Trial & Litigation Practice Group, shares her tips for preparing a witness for trial in an article published in the February 2021 issue of Los Angeles Lawyer magazine. Yujin is an Executive Committee ... read more
- Employers’ Top Three Questions About COVID-19February 15, 2021As COVID-19 vaccines gradually begin to roll out, employers are asking myriad COVID-19 vaccination related questions, including how employers can meet EEOC requirements, increase workplace safety, and minimize risk. Our Labor and Employment Law attorneys are helping California employers navigate the complexity of federal and state laws, MOUs, personnel rules, and practical considerations related ... read more