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May 2019

Haskell & White CPA Sees Upside to Latest Trade Deal

2019-05-21T00:16:58+00:00

By Erik Sherman, Fortune May 17, 2019 The U.S. has reached an agreement to drop steel and aluminum tariffs on the two countries in return for preventing Chinese steel from coming over their borders into the U.S. In a speech before the National Association of Realtors, President Trump said, “I’m pleased to announce that we’ve [...]

Haskell & White CPA Sees Upside to Latest Trade Deal2019-05-21T00:16:58+00:00

Amid Trade War the Best Offense is a Strong Defense

2019-05-14T22:52:15+00:00

By Fred Katayama, Reuters   May 13, 2019 Reuters: First American Trust chief investment officer Jerry Braakman tells Reuters' Fred Katayama investors should consider stocks in energy, utilities and healthcare as the U.S.-China trade war plays out. Watch the full segment here.

Amid Trade War the Best Offense is a Strong Defense2019-05-14T22:52:15+00:00

April 2019

25 Years of Magical Sunrise Services on Easter Sunday

2019-04-22T22:31:59+00:00

By Susan Goulding, Orange County Register April 22, 2019 In so many ways, a cemetery is an apropos setting for an Easter service. After all, according to Scripture, Jesus rose from the dead after the entombment of his body. On Sunday, April 21, around 700 worshipers gathered before dawn at Fairhaven Memorial Park in Santa [...]

25 Years of Magical Sunrise Services on Easter Sunday2019-04-22T22:31:59+00:00

A Fast-Food Employment Industry Recipe for Disaster?

2019-04-18T18:21:28+00:00

By Dan Forman, Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP  April 15, 2019 Litigation over the enforcement of “no poach” agreements continues to evolve.  “No-poach” agreements have been used to promote brand consistency, efficiency and minimize employee turnover, and many franchise agreements of fast-food purveyors include such restrictions. In the summer of 2018, at least ten different states [...]

A Fast-Food Employment Industry Recipe for Disaster?2019-04-18T18:21:28+00:00

Brewers Raise a Glass; Toast Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

2019-04-18T18:18:07+00:00

By Dan Forman, Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP  April 15, 2019 Craft brewers celebrated National Beer Day on April 7 with more comfort that Courts will help them protect their recipes, brewing processes and other trade secret information against rogue employees who take such information. A dispute brewing since 2013 came to a head on March [...]

Brewers Raise a Glass; Toast Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals2019-04-18T18:18:07+00:00

Circle of Life Breakfast Includes Eggs, Coffee, OJ and Hope

2019-04-10T18:19:39+00:00

By B.W. Cook, Daily Pilot  April 09, 2019 By 7:30 on a recent Monday morning, 400 O.C. neighbors were sharing coffee in a ballroom lobby at the Balboa Bay Resort. They had come in support of a serious and personal mission directed at saving the lives of women addicted to drugs and alcohol. Representatives from [...]

Circle of Life Breakfast Includes Eggs, Coffee, OJ and Hope2019-04-10T18:19:39+00:00

Mortuary Manager Honored with Lifetime Legacy Award

2019-04-01T17:39:59+00:00

By Kates-Boylston Publications Staff, March 29, 2019 Connected Women of Influence, the local association for women owners, executives and professionals, has named Debra Allen its 2019 San Diego Lifetime Legacy Award recipient. This award recognizes a woman who has demonstrated superior leadership over several years and has a significant track record of long-term achievements and [...]

Mortuary Manager Honored with Lifetime Legacy Award2019-04-01T17:39:59+00:00

March 2019

Addiction Treatment Center Steers Mother in New Direction

2019-03-25T18:44:59+00:00

By Vicky Nguyen, Spectrum News  March 25, 2019 Spectrum News: Getting pregnant was Brittany Demers’ cue to get clean. Demers was 29-years-old at the time she asked a friend for help to get into New Directions for Women, an addiction treatment center, in Costa Mesa. It was there that she was guided in a new direction, [...]

Addiction Treatment Center Steers Mother in New Direction2019-03-25T18:44:59+00:00

Undocumented Workers May Put Restaurant Owners on Thin ICE

2019-03-14T18:32:04+00:00

By Richard Green,  Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP  March 13, 2019 Ok, let’s be honest. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) does not knock.  They just show up.  With the Trump Administration’s aggressive push toward dealing with undocumented immigrants in the workforce, restaurant owners and operators can expect ICE to show up at their establishments more frequently than in prior [...]

Undocumented Workers May Put Restaurant Owners on Thin ICE2019-03-14T18:32:04+00:00

NYC Hospital Project Towers Over Logistics Industry

2019-03-14T17:50:25+00:00

By Cindy Juhas, CME Corp  March 10, 2019 In the summer of 2017, CME stood at the foundation of what would become the newest 740,000 square foot New York-Presbyterian facility, the David H. Koch Center for Ambulatory Care. The facility would be home to twelve operating suites, six interventional radiology procedure rooms, and eleven endoscopic [...]

NYC Hospital Project Towers Over Logistics Industry2019-03-14T17:50:25+00:00