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Harris v. City of Santa Monica: a New Standard in California (Advocate Article)

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Date Published

April 1, 2013


Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles


Employment Law


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An analysis of the legal requirements for meeting the new standard in light of both the Harris decision and existing Supreme Court precedent interpreting the "substantial factor" test.

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David M. deRubertis
The deRubertis Law Firm

David M. deRubertis, the principal of The deRubertis Law Firm, APC, handles employment, catastrophic injury and contingency... Read More

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