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Robert Allen Fowler

Workers' Compensation, Employment
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Dispute Resolution, Lawsuit & Dispute, Employment Discrimination
Status:  Inactive           Licensed:  37 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Ritter & Ritter, Inc. Pension & Profit Plan v. The Churchill Condominium Assn.

The slab penetrations are holes in the concrete that range in size from six inches in diameter to 12-by-12-inch holes. These "slab penetrations" were created at the time of the initial construction of the building. The purpose of the slab penetrations was to allow space for passage by ...

Lexin v. Superior Court

... The trial court denied the motion because it concluded pension benefits were not "salary" of the sort the Legislature intended to excuse when it created the government salary exception to section 1090. (See § 1091.5, subd. ... 1. Application to the Provision of Pension Benefits. ...

In re Marriage of Sonne

... The retirement allowance consists of an annuity (which is funded by member contributions deducted from the member's paycheck and interest thereon) and a pension (which is funded by employer contributions and which must be sufficient, when added to the annuity, to satisfy ...