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The California State Water Resources Control Board announced expanded emergency regulations to protect California’s existing water supplies. The Control Board said that more significant regulations will come if local water agencies do not set stricter standards. The expanded emergency regulations include: a complete prohibition from washing sidewalks and driveways watering outdoors that causes excess…Learn More Back to Top
Every three years, California attorneys who wish to maintain their eligibility to practice law have to complete 25 hours of approved MCLE credits. The deadline for attorneys whose last names start with a letter from H through M to complete those 25 hours is February 2, 2015. At least 12.5 hours have to be…Learn More Back to Top
UPDATED INFORMATION 2/7/16: visit https://sandiegolawlibrary.org/calendar/clinics/el-cajon-legal-clinic-variety-topics/ We are thrilled to offer a new legal clinic at our El Cajon location. Assistance is available in the areas of family law, immigration, consumer law, employment law, business law, wills and trusts, civil litigation and much more! Date: Every Wednesday (from November 19 through December 17, 2014) Time:…Learn More Back to Top
The California Statewide General Election is Tuesday, November 4. Registered voters will be voting on several propositions including Proposition 2, a Legislative Constitutional Amendment to the State Budget (renumbered from 44). Read all Statewide Ballot Measures here. If you have not yet registered to vote, there is still time. The deadline to register is Monday, October 20….Learn More Back to Top
New year, new law for California commercial and industrial common interest developments (CIDs). CIDs used to be governed by the Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act, just like residential condominiums and planned developments. But since January 1, 2014, nonresidential CIDs look to an entirely new set of statutes. The Commercial and Industrial Common Interest Development…Learn More Back to Top