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Stradling Represents the Real Good Food Company in its IPO

Represented The Real Good Food Company, Inc. (Nasdaq: RGF) in its initial public offering of 5,333,333 shares of Class A common stock at a public offering price of $12.00 per share

Don’t Forget to Update Your Workplace Posters in the New Year

As we begin 2022, one HR housekeeping item we recommend is updating workplace posters to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local requirements for California employers in 2022.  Below are links to some useful resources to help ensure your business is in compliance with all requirements:

California Business Divorce: The Unfortunate, and Common, Reality of Defamation After a Business Divorce

So you carefully negotiated a dissolution or separation from your former business partner in what seemed like an amicable parting… but then you wound up in litigation anyway. “How is that possible?” you ask. Unfortunately, it happens all the time when former business partners begin competing for the same customers. Former partners often can’t help but say they are the better choice – particularly given what they know or think they know about their former partner.

Long COVID: New Guidance From the EEOC on When COVID is Considered a Disability

On December 14, the EEOC amended its technical assistance document to add more questions and answers regarding when COVID-19 can qualify as a disability.  These questions and answers clarify circumstances in which COVID-19 may or may not cause effects sufficient to meet the definition of a disability for various purposes under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”).