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Kipnis Urges Supreme Court on Barefoot Case

Artiano Shinoff probate litigator Howard Kipnis recently filed an amicus curiae brief with the California Supreme Court on behalf of the Executive Committee of the Trusts and Estates Section of the California Lawyers Association in the case of Barefoot v. … Read More

Howard Kipnis Appears On Legal Talk Podcast

There has been a great deal of conversation about the Barefoot v. Jennings case amongst state probate practitioners, but what is all the excitement really about? At the California Lawyers Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting, Howard Kipnis of Artiano Shinoff appeared … Read More

Cal. Legislature Expands Window To File Lawsuit for Child Sexual Assault Starting 1/1/2020

Governor Newsom has signed California Assembly Bill 218 into law.  The law, which goes into effect on January 1, 2020,  increases the amount of time a victim of sexual assault has to file a lawsuit against the perpetrator of the … Read More

Artiano Shinoff Limits Liability in Sexual Abuse Case to Under $250,000

Artiano Shinoff defended a large Southern California school district in a lawsuit brought by three individuals claiming that their former drama teacher sexually molested them. The former teacher was not named in the civil lawsuit. The school district was the … Read More

Education Attorneys Daniel Shinoff and Gil Abed Present at NBI Student Records Workshop

Stutz Artiano Education Attorneys Daniel Shinoff and Gil Abed will present Lawfully Managing Student Records Without Violating Privacy Rights on May 1, 2018 at the downtown Doubletree. This basic to intermediate level National Business Institute (NBI) workshop is designed to … Read More

Appeals Court Grants More Power to HOAs on Short Term Rentals

On March 25, 2015, the Second Appellate District addressed regulations of a homeowner’s association related to short term rentals in Watts v. Oak Shores Community Association.  The issue presented to the appeals court was whether the Board of Directors of … Read More

Pro bono effort results in appellate win for Encinitas Union School District Yoga program

On Friday, April 3, 2015, Stutz Artiano’s appellate team successfully defended the Encinitas Union School District’s right to offer Yoga as an exercise option for its students.  Paul V. Carelli IV argued the case for the District defendants, and briefed … Read More

Education Attorneys at CA Charter School Conference

Stutz Artiano returns as an exhibiting sponsor to the 22nd Annual California Charter Schools Conference March 16-19 in Sacramento.

Education Attorneys at CASBO Annual Conference

Stutz Artiano returns as an exhibiting sponsor to the California Association of School Business Officials (CASBO) Annual Conference & School Business Expo March 31 through April 1 at the San Diego Convention Center. Visit our attorneys at booth #829.  

Small School District presentation “Combating Cyberbullying”

Shareholder Jeffrey Wade will present “Combating Cyberbullying” at the Small School District Association’s 32 Annual Conference March 11-13 at the McClellan Conference Center in Sacramento.

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