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California Supreme Court rules that state’s prevailing wage law is not quite so prevailing: charter cities need not require prevailing wages on publicly funded municipal construction projects

USA - July 11 2012 On July 2, 2012, the California Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in State Building and Constructions Trades Councils of California, AFL – CIO v. City of Vista, No. S173586.

Co-authors: Van Allyn Goodwin, Richard A. Leasia.


District court shows way to obtain non-solicitation injunction in California

USA - March 26 2012 Companies seeking to prohibit unlawful solicitation of customers should be encouraged by a recent federal court decision. 


Claim that ex-employee twittered away company trade secrets allowed to proceed

USA - February 8 2012 A case being litigated in the Northern District of California has the potential to set new and interesting precedent on how the laws of unfair competition will deal with social media.