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Stradling Welcomes Brent Reinke and Opens Westlake Village Office

Serial entrepreneur and corporate lawyer Brent Reinke has joined Stradling as a shareholder in the firm’s Corporate & Securities Practice Group. Mr. Reinke will be based in the firm’s newly opened Westlake Village office.

Are Your Website and Mobile Application Compliant With Consumer Protection Laws?

As COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions continue to be enforced across the country, consumers are becoming more reliant on delivery services like Amazon Prime, Walmart’s Delivery Unlimited, Instacart, and others for everything from basic goods to groceries.  These tech oriented delivery services have traditionally been the exclusive domain of millennials, but have become household names with older demographics like Baby Boomers during the COVID-19 pandemic, and their growing popularity has unfortunately (perhaps unfairly) resulted in heightened scrutiny from government regulators. 

Should You Consider Clear Masks & Other Accommodations for the Hard of Hearing?

Should You Consider Clear Masks and Other Accommodations for the Hard of Hearing?

At the end of January Nike agreed to a settlement requiring its California workers to be provided with clear masks.  The settlement was reached to end a class action alleging that the company’s policy requiring store employees to wear masks prevents deaf and hard-of-hearing customers from reading employees’ lips.

Privacy.Minded. - Dismissal Of Marriott Data Breach Lawsuit Shows How Plaintiffs Still Face Standing Hurdles In The Post-CCPA Era

After the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) took effect on January 1, 2020, a surge of class action lawsuits predicated on alleged CCPA violations hit businesses.  Because of the act’s novelty, it was unclear whether courts would hold to the narrow construction of the CCPA’s private right of action or allow plaintiffs to plead around these statutory restrictions to recover damages.