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CELEBRATIONS AND ASPIRATIONS

As the 2023 calendar year comes to an end, we hope that you reflect on the promise that 2023 has brought to each of us. 

FALLING INTO A SHIFTING LEGAL CLIMATE

As the days grow shorter, there’s an appreciable sense of change in the air, signaling the arrival of fall in California.  While we await the

SUMMER VIBES

With the arrival of summer, we find ourselves in a time of longer days, warmer temperatures, and a calendar filled with summer fun.  Summer solstice

MAY WE REMEMBER

We at Mullen and Filippi pride ourselves on embracing diversity and cultural heritage. As we finish the month of May, we are reminded of the

SPRING INTO ACTION

April is National Stress Awareness Month, a time for individuals and organizations to take a closer look at the impact of stress on our health

SHAMROCK AND ROLL

Saint Patrick’s Day, also known as the Feast of Saint Patrick, is a cultural and religious celebration held on March 17, which is the date

A CONTINUATION OF PROGRESS

February is Black History month, a time to acknowledge the importance of Black history and focus our attention on the contributions of Black Americans in

A BREAK ON THE HORIZON

This month California has been wet, to say the least.  An unrelenting series of storms has pounded our state since the end of December, leaving

‘TWAS THE NIGHT

As our calendar year comes to an end, we hope that you all reflect on the promise that 2022 has brought to each of our

A NOVEMBER TO REMEMBER

On August 3, 1990, President George H. W. Bush declared the month of November as National American Indian Heritage Month, which is now more commonly

LEGISLATIVE UPDATES

SB 1127 – Changes to Labor Code Sections 4656, 5402, 5414.3 AB 1751 – COVID-19 Presumption and Updates SB 1127 On September 29, 2022, Governor

IN CELEBRATION OF OUR ANCESTORS

National Hispanic Heritage Month initially began as a weeklong celebration in 1968, under President Lyndon Johnson.  In 1988, President Ronald Reagan extended this from September