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Types of Sexual Assault Laws in California

Jul 1, 2020

Coming forward about a sex crime can be a very difficult process, but in order to deal with a painful experience such as sexual harassment, sexual assault, or even rape, one needs to first understand what these terms mean and...

 

Investigators Seek Additional Alleged Survivors of Adult Film Actor Ron Jeremy

Jun 30, 2020

Adult film actor Ron Jeremy has been charged with raping three women and sexually assaulting a fourth. On Friday, Jeremy — full name Ronald Jeremy Hyatt — pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles Superior Court to three counts each of forcible...

 

How California’s AB 218 Offers Catholic Church Sexual Abuse Survivors an Opportunity for Justice

Jun 18, 2020

Dordulian Law Group’s founder and president, Samuel Dordulian, has described California’s Assembly Bill 218 (AB 218) as “a time machine” allowing his team to go “back in time, as far back as we need to, and prosecute childhood sexual assault...

 

Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office Charges Actor Danny Masterson With Three Counts of Rape

Jun 17, 2020

Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey announced today that her office is formally charging actor Danny Masterson, best known for his role in the television series That 70’s Show, with three counts of rape. The charges stem from separate incidents between...

 

What Is A Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

Jun 11, 2020

What is wrongful death? DLG Case Study: The Tufesa Bus Crash Wrongful death is a legal term that, although heard quite frequently, isn’t necessarily always completely understood. Wrongful death is a subcategory of personal injury law that can cover a...

 

Why California Senate Bill 145 is Misguided and Unnecessary

Jun 5, 2020

by Samuel Dordulian, Esq. Under existing law, the Sex Offender Registration Act requires a person convicted of certain sex crimes to register as a sex offender with law enforcement officials while residing, working, or attending school in California. California senate...

 

George Floyd’s Death Highlights the Need for Systemic Change

Jun 2, 2020

By: Detective Moses Castillo The death of George Floyd, which by all accounts is a clear case of murder at the hands of four rogue police officers, was a senseless tragedy. The officers involved in the incident, particularly Derek Chauvin,...

 

Examples of COVID-19 Workplace Injuries

May 27, 2020

With the number of COVID-19 cases in the US exceeding 1.6 million, we continue to receive a number of questions from concerned clients regarding what type of injuries are covered under workers’ compensation insurance. We’ve compiled a few recent examples...

 

An In-Depth Look At Car Crashes In Los Angeles

May 22, 2020

Have you heard of “Vision Zero?” it’s Los Angeles’ bold plan to eliminate deaths from traffic accidents entirely. It’s an ambitious goal, but when you stop and look at the rate of car accident fatalities in our city, the numbers...

 

Governor Newsom’s Executive Order Ensures Workers Infected By COVID-19 Are Protected

May 7, 2020

Today Governor Gavin Newsom signed a critical executive order extending workers’ compensation eligibility for California workers who contract COVID-19. The order makes it easier for workers who become infected with COVID-19 to file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits. We...


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