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The attorneys of The Arns Law Firm pride themselves on their knowledge of the law, and their commitment to their clients. As part of their practice, the attorneys keep constantly informed as to the changing state of the law. Additionally, the attorneys frequently give lectures as well as write articles concerning the state of the law.

May 11, 2019

What Is “Modified Work” Under California's Workers’ Compensation Law?

The definition of “Modified Work” is set out in CA Code of Regulations, Title 8 Ch. 4.5 Division of Workers Compensation Section 10116.9 as follows: 

(h) "Modified work" means regular work modifie...

April 19, 2019

From the San Francisco Chronicle 

Just days after BART kicked off a security blitz aimed at curbing fare evaders, the family of a woman killed last year on an Oakland station platform has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the transit agency, saying its latest effor...

March 5, 2019

 

The Bohemian

Two contracting companies that cleared fire debris in the North Bay last year have been defrauding the federal government on contracts across the country since at least 2015, a lawsuit filed last week alleges.

AshBritt Environmental, one of the two companie...

August 3, 2018

The Arns Law Firm is preparing to file a lawsuit on behalf of the family of Nia Wilson, the woman tragically killed the night of Sunday, July 22, 2018, against Bay Area Rapid Transit (“BART”). The suit will allege BART failed to meet the duty of common carriers to prov...

July 28, 2018

The SF Building Trades "Organized Labor" Newsletter will run an "Ask the Expert" column featuring Arns Law Firm attorney Kevin Osborne responding to worker questions regarding right to rest breaks and retaliation.

Q: I just started a new project with an employer from do...

December 15, 2017

A motion in limine to exclude evidence of insurance is familiar to every trial attorney who practices in the personal injury field. As a matter of course, defendants seek to exclude all evidence that insurance and/or indemnity agreements may cover any verdict rendered...

November 1, 2017

On October 6, 1999, Governor Gray Davis signed legislation intended to increase OSHA fines for serious violations. Freshman Assembly Member Darryl Steinberg from Sacramento sponsored the legislation in reaction to the Tosco oil refinery fire in Martinez in February 199...

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