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Privacy Across the Pond

We’re fresh off a conference on how privacy laws in Europe affect life and business in the United States. So we tip our hat to the law firm that spotted this case about just that. The background is that one business had sued another in England and won. Then it had sued again here to collect on the Read More

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From Restraining Orders to Revenge Porn

One reason to get a restraining order is if you’re the victim of revenge porn. But actually, California frowns on any kind of non-consensual pornography, whether done for revenge or not. Either way, it’s an invasion of privacy that carries civil or criminal consequences. This means the law will hold you liable for the following conduct. Read More

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California’s Restraining Order Against School Violence

There’s one other restraining order to round out our series, but the name is a mouthful. It’s the private post-secondary school-violence restraining order. This order addresses threats of violence at a private college or university or other school that provides vocational, professional, or post-secondary education. It can help protect students who the school believes or Read More

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Restraining Orders to Protect the Elderly, the Disabled, and the Workplace

For two weeks we’ve covered the two main restraining orders in California. First it was the domestic-violence restraining order; then it was the civil-harassment restraining order. Here are two more to mention for now. One is a restraining order for elders and dependent adults. To get one, you must be at least 65 years old Read More

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California’s Civil-Harassment Restraining Order

Last week it was the domestic-violence restraining order, or DVRO. This week it’s the other main type of restraining order: the civil-harassment restraining order. It can help protect you from everyone else in life: from outright strangers to people outside your immediate family or dating history. That can be a friend, a neighbor, a roommate, Read More

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California’s Domestic-Violence Restraining Order

As promised last week, here’s the scoop on restraining orders in California. First is the domestic-violence restraining order, or DVRO for short. It’s a court order that can help protect you from the abuse of people close to you. Because it’s a domestic-violence restraining order, it only applies to people who are or were married, Read More

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Get a Restraining Order

A toxic relationship can happen to anyone. You. Me. Our parents or children, siblings or relatives, friends or coworkers. And they do happen to people—all the time. They always have, and they always will, so long as the world turns and people continue to interact. If you find yourself in one, you may not know Read More

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The Common Application Bans the Box

Do you have a kid in high school? Are you in high school yourself and plan to go to college? You may want to check this out. On August 7, the Common Application announced that it will no longer ask about an applicant’s criminal record, starting with the 2019-20 pool of applicants. The Common Application Read More

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Happy Birthday, 14th Amendment

Did you know? This summer marks the 150th anniversary of the ratification of the 14th Amendment. To commemorate the occasion, here is a look at the Ohio congressman who authored arguably the most important amendment after the first ten. If he’s forgotten today then it’s a shame because he’s responsible for these momentous words: “All persons born Read More

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Buckets of Money

If you’ve lost a case against the SEC recently, and it was heard by an administrative law judge (or ALJ), you may want to call your lawyer. Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court sent back a case because the SEC hadn’t appointed the ALJ the way the Constitution required. The decision marked the culmination of years-long legal challenges to the Read More

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