Kronick in the Media

Where business has boomed under the Affordable Care Act

October 20, 2017
Sacramento Business Journal
Scott Rodd, Staff Writer

Shareholder Lawrence Garcia is quoted in the Sacramento Business Journal discussing one particular niche in the local health care industry —community health centers that treat low-income patients known as federally qualified health centers, or FQHCs. Mr.

Public Law Section Hosts Discussion on the Ethical and Practical Considerations of Representing Clients Engaged in the Marijuana Industry

Shareholder Hanspeter Walter participated in a panel discussion hosted by the Sacramento County Bar Association's Public Law Section, the Administrative Law and Environmental Law Sections regarding the medical cannabis regulations pending before the Bureau of Medical Cannabis Regulation at the California Department of Consumer Affairs and the Department of Food and Agriculture. 

Lawrence Garcia Featured on Studio Sacramento

American Leadership Forum former board chair Larry Garcia joined Studio Sacramento host Scott Syphax to share his perspectives on leadership and the organization. To watch the video, please click here

Big Sacramento Law Firm Announces Cannabis Practice

Senior Counsel Gabriel Garcia and Shareholder Hanspeter Walter are quoted in the Sacramento Business Journal article, "Big Sacramento Law Firm Announces Cannabis Practice." 

June Coleman Named as One of 25 Most Influential Women in Collections

Kronick is proud to announce that Shareholder June Coleman was named as one of the “25 Most Influential Women in Collections” by Collection Advisor magazine. “Women on this list work toward the perfection of debt collection, improvement of the industry and the promotion of compliance education,” Collection Advisor reports. Ms.

Bruce Scheidt Named to Best Lawyers In America 2017

Kronick congratulates Bruce Scheidt on his inclusion in the 23rd Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© 2017 Commercial Litigation list. For more information on Best Lawyers In America 2017, visit:

ADA Could Lead to More Obesity Bias Claims Being Filed with EEOC

November 4, 2012
Business Insurance
By: Judy Greenwald
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. 

Risks of Social Media for Employers

August 23, 2012
Sacramento Business Journal

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.

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