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  • Introducing the Newest Attorneys at BPE Law Group

    Today we take time to introduce our newest attorneys at BPE Law Group. In June 2019, attorneys, Laura Ferret and Carl Block, joined BPE Law as litigation associates. As always, if you have any questions about your real estate, business, estate planning, or any other legal issue, please let us know by e-mailing me at […]

    Post Trial Motions — Litigation Part 10

    Today, we finish our series on the litigation process. Whether looking at a motion for a new trial, motion to vacate or motion to stay enforcement there a number of post trial options. Attorney, Robert Enos, discusses post trial motions and how they impact litigation. As always, if you have any questions about your real […]

    DRE Files Accusation Against eXp Realty

    Recently, the DRE filed an Accusation against eXp Realty. In today’s article, attorney Alex Munn explains just how easy to find yourself in trouble with DRE if you are not carefully monitoring compliance. The purpose of this article is to be informative related to compliance issues that the DRE routinely regulates. As always, if you […]
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    Is Travel Time Compensable?

    A routine question that comes up is the scope by which you as the employer are required to pay the travel time of your employees. When is it compensable and when is not? Today, employment attorney, Elizabeth Helms, tackles that question for you. As always, if you have any questions about your real estate, business, […]

    Moehrl v. NAR — Will this Shakeup the Industry?

    In today’s economy there is one constant: change. Self-driving vehicles. Uber. Amazon. The same is true for the real estate industry. Disruptors like Redfin, Purple Bricks and OpenDoor are seeking to change the way Realtors operate, and how they get paid. Today’s Blog article will examine another attack on the industry – by plaintiffs lawyers […]

    Legislative Response to Supreme Court’s Dynamex Decision

    Last year the Supreme Court made a sweeping decision related to the independent contractor classification. The decision created a new test for determining whether a worker was or was not an independent contractor. Now the legislature is moving to codify the test as anuncieated in Dynamex. As always, if you have any questions about your […]

    Going to Trial — Litigation Part 9

    Today, we continue our look at the litigation process and examine the trial phase. The vast majority of civil cases in California settle before trial. But if you do go to trial it is important to understand that process. As always, if you have any questions about your real estate, business, estate planning, or any […]