William H. Stein

Corporate Smokescreens Cannot Stop Janssen Malloy LLP’s Consumer Advocates

For businesses, one of the great safeguards against liability is the idea that a plaintiff injured by the business can only recover a judgment from the corporate entity that actually injured them. This is one of the primary reasons our legal system recognizes corporations- to encourage business innovation and enterprise without fear that the individuals operating the business could be personally at risk.

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Effective Advocacy for Cyclists Includes a Healthy Dose of Education

Humboldt County is a hidden gem for California cyclists. Everything from excellent road cycling to downhill mountain biking is available here, as well as a climate that is (mostly) conducive to bicycle commuting. The County has shown its willingness to invest in bicycle infrastructure, with major projects like the Humboldt Bay Trail and the Annie and Mary Rail Trail in the works.

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California’s Legal Cannabis Market is Growing Up Fast

This year marks a new phase in the evolution of California’s regulated market for cannabis. As of January 1, 2019, the California Department of Food and Agriculture ("CDFA") no longer has the authority to grant provisional licenses for cannabis cultivation. Already-issued temporary licenses will be subject to an automatic extension of time for those who submitted applications for annual licenses on or before December 31.

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Introducing Our Newest Colleague, William H. Stein, Esq.

Among the many things we at Janssen Malloy LLP are thankful for this holiday, we’re glad to welcome William H. (“Willie”) Stein to our firm as our newest attorney and colleague. Willie is a graduate of UC Davis School of Law, Class of 2018 and originally hails from Lawrence, Kansas. He brings with him an outstanding record of academic achievement, a midwestern-nice personality, and a great sense of humor.
 

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A Full Toolbox to Investigate Your Personal Injury Claim

You pick yourself up off the ground and assess your injuries. You will surely need medical attention, which is rarely cheap in 2018. Who is responsible? When you fall prey to a dangerous condition on public property, whether it is an improperly maintained street, a hole in the sidewalk, or one of many dangers associated with public utilities, it is often unclear who has the legal duty to fix it. It can be disheartening to know that an accident is someone’s fault, but not to be sure who that is.

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