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February 2019

Laura’s House Dating 101: Healthy Teen Relationships

By Lori Basheda, Orange County Register  February 12, 2019 A program aimed at helping adolescents get out of abusive relationships is now in demand in Orange County’s middle schools. Laura’s House, a domestic violence agency in Ladera Ranch, launched HEART (Healthy Emotions & Attitudes in Relationships Today) in 2007. The idea was to bring a Dating 101 [...]

January 2019

Outstanding Hospice Leader, Chapman Alumna, Shares Story

By Dawn Bonker, Chapman Magazine  January 25, 2019 Chapman University alumna Michelle Wulfestieg has told the story of her near death many times, but tears still spring to her eyes when she recounts that winter night in 2008. She had just left a print shop with her completed master’s thesis in hand, when she suffered a [...]

2019 Policies Outline What’s on Tap for California Breweries

By Joel M. Van Parys and Kent J. Sprinkle, Carothers DiSante & Frudenberger LLP  January 14, 2019 2019 brings new laws, regulations and court decisions that place additional stringent requirements on California breweries. Our goal is to help breweries understand the new requirements and whether changes are needed to get you back focused on making and serving [...]

December 2018

Longstanding Executive Director Passes Leadership Torch

By Wendy Bowman, Modern Luxury  December 31, 2018 After 14 years as executive director of Susan G. Komen Orange County (komenoc.org), Lisa Wolter has passed the torch to nonprofit vet Megan Klink. Most recently director of strategic engagement and custom services for New York-based Story Corps, Klink hopes to continue her predecessor’s goal of eliminating breast [...]

Red and Blue in the Office May Cost Employers Some Green

By Todd Wulffson, Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP  December 28, 2018 Democrat or Republican?  If you are asked that question at work, the safest answer is to smile and simply reply “yes.” People are social creatures.  We love our families, the schools we went to, our favorite sports teams, and the city we are from, just [...]

Mitigating Risk When It Comes to Website Accessibility Lawsuits

By Brian Cole, Carothers DiSante & Frudenberger LLP  December 11, 2018 Over the past year there has been a surge in the number of lawsuits being filed against businesses with consumer-facing websites in virtually every industry. The banking industry has been one of the industries hit the hardest, and these lawsuits are not going away any [...]

November 2018

Michelle Wulfestieg Honored on National Philanthropy Day

By Lori Basheda, Times OC/Daily Pilot   November 29, 2018 Where to begin the story of Michelle Wulfestieg? With her stroke at age 11? The one that paralyzed her right arm and leg. Or with her stroke at age 25? The one that took her whole body to the brink of death. Or perhaps the story [...]

October 2018

Sexual Harassment Lawsuits Becoming Harder to Defend

By Lindsay Ayers, Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP  October 24, 2018 During a recent legislative session on Sept. 30, 2018, in response to the #MeToo movement, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a number of bills taking effect Jan. 1, 2019, that will lower plaintiffs’ burden in sexual harassment lawsuits, increasing training requirements for employers, [...]