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In an online article concerning obesity in the workplace and the anticipated rise in obesity-related claims, Employment Law Attorney Margaret Grover, notes how obesity is moving in the direction of being defined as a disability and that employers (in related article) should do their best to accommodate worker requests.
Meredith Packer Garey, a labor and employment law attorney at Kronick, was a panelist at Thursday's Connectionopolis social media event sponsored by the Sacramento Business Journal.
In a syndicated column for the Hanford Sentinel, KMTG trusts and estate attorney, Linda M. Monje, comments on the unfortunate situation when heirs to a family farm are not guided by an estate plan.
In a syndicated column in the Hanford Sentinel, KMTG trusts and estate attorney, Linda M. Monje, provides answers to important questions concerning the livelihood of the family farm when mom or dad passes.
In a recent interview, KMTG shareholder and water law attorney, Scott A. Morris, speaks candidly about serving on the Board of Water Education Foundation. This is what he had to say…
KMTG featured in Sacramento Business Journal regarding its recent growth, both in new hires and in new business, with the addition of nine lawyers and a preferred contract to provide legal services for Maloof Sports and Entertainment.
KMTG Shareholder and Labor and Employment Law attorney David W. Tyra, in an interview with Auburn Journal, summarizes the highlights of his EEO presentation at upcoming employer seminar in Auburn on October 4, 2011.
David Tyra: Supreme Challenge -- How This Employment Defense Attorney with Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard Helped Save California $2 Billion
KMTG Shareholder and Labor and Employment Law Attorney David Tyra speaks candidly in recent interview for Super Lawyers Magazine regarding his legal career and specifically his defense of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and the State of California in the furlough litigation that culminated in oral argument before the California Supreme Court, in which the Court validated the furloughs of state employees based on the Legislature's ratification of Governor Schwarzenegger's furlough plan.
In recent Comstock's Magazine article, KMTG Shareholder and Public Finance Attorney Constantine C. Baranoff comments on the challenging times facing California public agencies in the municipal debt market.
Water Supply Suit Must Wait For EIR, Court Rules: Development Opponents Not Allowed to Challenge Water Agency's Study
KMTG water law attorney Eric Robinson interviewed for CP&DR article concerning recent court ruling requiring water supply suit to be part of EIR
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