Posts Categorized: Insights

Trying Cases in COVID: Breaking down actual trials from Jury Selection to Verdict

Want to know what it’s like to try a case with masks on during a pandemic? Eager to find out how jurors and the judges handle our “new normal”? Then...

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KTL’s Dan Kramer Featured in Digital Privacy News Article

Experts: Political Affiliations, Generally Private, May Cause Bias in the Workplace Americans have the right to keep their political opinions to themselves, should they wish — but as anyone who’s...

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Is it Legal To Fire Someone For Their Political Views, Kramer Trial Lawyers A.P.C. Cautions It May Be

Written by Tesesa Johnson. As the election draws to a close, people are excited to show support for their party and/or candidate of choice, both in person and over social...

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The Truth About Prop 22, Kramer Trial Lawyers A.P.C. Caution Voters To Read The Fine Print

Written by Teresa Johnson. The advertisements are everywhere; Proposition 22 seems like the perfect win-win scenario: keep rideshare services in California to service customers and keep drivers employed and protected...

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Case Analysis: Non- Economic Damages

KTL's Dan Kramer will be co-hosting a free webinar on August 7th, 2020. Dan and Victor George will be breaking down a $26,000,00 all non-economic damages verdict for a 16...

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Construction Sites: The Fatal Four

Construction sites are can be a dangerous place. The nature of the work exposes construction workers to hazards in every direction. Whether the hazards arise out of the tools that...

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Construction Site Injuries and the Privette Doctrine

Getting injured on the job can have severe repercussions that can affect the injured worker’s life. Generally, California case law precludes workers from seeking compensation from a general contractor or...

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