Does My Business Really Need to Abide by HIPAA?

As most of us have had to transition into remote workspaces, keeping data secure in this virtual world is a top priority.  Knowing which services to trust can be a daunting task, which is why we wanted to share some of the resources we use in hopes that it may help others as they adjust to the ever-evolving circumstances we find ourselves in. At Broadus & Associates we take our clients’ privacy, as well as their clients’ privacy, very seriously. … Continue reading Does My Business Really Need to Abide by HIPAA?

California Supreme Court Addresses Seating Laws

The California Supreme Court has recently reviewed two cases and clarified what constitutes the need for a “suitable seat” when an employee is performing a task that can be done both sitting and standing. For a vocational analysis, this is important to consider when addressing work restrictions and the impact they have on feasible occupations for an employee. The National Law Review summarizes the court’s findings and its impact on future cases: https://www.natlawreview.com/article/take-seat-california-supreme-court-provides-clarity-california-s-suitable-seating

New Amendment to AB 2427

With 2017 in full swing and the calendar of trial dates filling up, we wanted to make sure that you are aware of a new amendment to the Code of Civil Procedure that affects the admissibility of expert testimony. In the past, the expert was required to bring their materials listed in the notice with them on the day of the deposition.  This new amendment now requires that these materials must be produced no later than three business days BEFORE … Continue reading New Amendment to AB 2427