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Tara Burd San Diego Civil Litigation Attorney | San Francisco Lyft Drivers Class Action Settlement

Tara Burd San Diego Civil litigation attorney says  “Lyft and Uber, two popular start-up ride-hailing services, have recently faced proposed class-action lawsuits from their drivers in San Francisco. Both cases are spurred by drivers’ demands for reclassification as employees, rather than their current state as independent contractors.” As contractors, drivers have to pay for gas and vehicle maintenance. Continue reading…

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Tara Burd San Diego Civil Litigation Attorney | A Basic Understanding of Step 1 to Filing a Lawsuit

Tara Burd San Diego Civil Litigation Attorney said, “When a person is harmed, often the only sensible means by which he or she can be made whole is to initiate legal proceedings against the wrongdoer.” Under most circumstances, legal proceedings begin once official documents are filed with the Court.  San Diego Litigation Attorney Tara Burd. Continue reading…

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San Diego Civil Litigation Attorney Tara Burd | The Perils of Failing to Hire an Attorney After You’ve Been Sued

San Diego Civil Litigation Attorney Tara Burd says “As a general rule, once you have been served with notice of suit and provided a copy of the complaint filed against you, you must file a written response with the Court. Most commonly, you have a mere thirty calendar days to file your written response.” See. Continue reading…

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San Diego Civil Litigation Attorney Tara Burd | Ignore Itches Not Lawsuits

San Diego Civil Litigation Attorney Tara Burd says “One common way of dealing with problems is to just ignore them.” That works for some problems. Ignore the itch in your shoe and it might just go away.  Ignore an annoying passenger on the bus or train car and eventually you will get off.  Ignore a. Continue reading…

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Tara Burd San Diego Civil Litigation Attorney Reminds Us That Running Your Mouth Off Isn’t Hearsay

Tara Burd San Diego Civil Litigation Attorney says, “What you say matters. Most people seem to agree that statements made online or at happy hour may constitute an enforceable contract. But many people believe the statements they made on Twitter, Facebook or to their buddy over drinks are not admissible in court and can’t be. Continue reading…

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Tara Burd San Diego Civil Law Attorney | Getting Fired is a Good Thing

Tara Burd San Diego Civil Law Attorney says “Employees often think it’s better to quit a job than to be fired.” They often worry that future employers will judge them harshly if they were “fired.” Most of the time, they are angry with their employers and their ego dictates that “taking control” by quitting is. Continue reading…

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Tara Burd San Diego Civil Law Attorney | Advanced Health Care Directives are for All Ages and the Invincibles

  Tara Burd San Diego civil law attorney says “Estate planning is not for the dead or dying – it’s for the living.” Its purpose is for an individual to express his or her wishes so that they can be carried out when that individual is unable to do so.  Too many people fail to place value in preparation.. Continue reading…

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Tara Burd San Diego Civil Law Attorney Clarifies The Confusion About Severance Agreements

Tara Burd San Diego Civil Law Attorney reminds everybody “Once an employee waives his or her claims in exchange for payment, the waiver cannot typically be undone. It is not enough for an employee to say ‘I didn’t know’, especially when the severance agreement specifically suggests for the employee to consult an attorney.” Getting fired. Continue reading…

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Tara Burd San Diego Contract Litigation Attorney | Partnerships and Taking Control of Your Business

Tara Burd San Diego contract litigation attorney says, “The law imposes duties upon people who are doing business together. So, take control of your business, no matter how small.” Just like doctors make the worst patients, the most savvy, educated business-minded people often make the worst business decisions. A salesperson may excel at selling, but. Continue reading…

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Steven Lehat Attorney Business Advocate | Incubation Teaches Critical Skills

Steven Lehat Attorney Business Advocate says “A young attorney in a large firm is not going to be charged with important economic decisions in his or her early career. Everything will be decided for them. They are not going to have the basis for getting to sophisticated issues” It will be very senior management making. Continue reading…

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