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ILC in Wash Post Profile on Revenge Porn During Pandemic

The Washington Post’s Jessica Goldstein featured one of our clients and pending litigation in Inyo County Superior Court in “Revenge porn’ was already commonplace. The pandemic has made things even worse.” Thanks to Jessica for her work on this.

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Ann Ravel for Senate (CA-15)

It has not been the practice on this blog to endorse candidates or even political views, with a few exceptions as to attempts at internet regulation that may be misguided. We make an exception on this page (i) because it involves a State Senate district in the heart of Silicon Valley in the California State…

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ILC’s Bennet Kelley featured on Internet Traffic Kings

Listen to Episode 20 of Internet Traffic Kings since in the last half (26:00 onward) I talk about my legal career and insights about legal implications of COVID-19 and other emerging internet issues. Please follow the show on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

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Prop 22 Backgrounder

In 2018, the California Supreme Court’s Dynamex decision redefined the definition of employee v. independent contractor through an “ABC test” followed by many states, a year later California Governor Newsom signed AB 5 which codified the Dynamex decision with certain exceptions. Under AB 5, a worker is an employee and not an independent contractor unless the hiring entity demonstrates that all…

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ILC’s 2020 Judicial Election Summary

It has been said repeatedly that this may be the most important election the country has faced in modern times. I do not dispute that. This blog post, however, is to explain how important some of the down ballot races can be – in particular the races for Superior Court Judges. These races potentially may…

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