Monthly Archive for: ‘February, 2013’

Harris v. Santa Monica – California Supreme Court Rules on a FEHA Mixed Motive Instruction

California Supreme Court Rules No Damages for Plaintiff but Allows Fees and Costs on a FEHA Mixed Motive Instruction A bus driver alleged that she was fired by the City of Santa Monica (the City)  because of her pregnancy in violation of the prohibition on sex  discrimination in the Fair Employment and Housing Act (“FEHA”) found under Government Code section 12940.  The City claimed …

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California Drivers Have Problems in the Rain

Given the fact my teenage daughter is about to start driving I thought this rainy morning would be a good time to post about auto accidents in Southern California and what you can do to protect yourself. Growing up in Virginia Beach, Virginia we had plenty of practice driving in the rain.  With our normal sunny southern California conditions – poor weather, …

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