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Recommendations for Rural Communities in Light of President’s Proposed National Reopening

  • By: P.J. Van Ert
Recommendations for Rural Communities in Light of President’s Proposed National Reopening As all of our communities continue to shelter in place and wonder about the future as we deal with Covid-19, the Federal Administration is presenting a possible roadmap for reopening. The plan, prepared in consultation with public health experts, is carried out in three phases which will be tailored to the unique attributes of your community or state. Prentice|Long, PC...

California Judicial Council Halts Evictions

  • By: Margaret E. Long
California Judicial Council Halts Evictions On April 6, 2020, the Judicial Council adopted an emergency rule that prohibits all evictions, except those necessary to protect public health and safety. This applies even if the eviction is based on a tenant’s missed rent payment. This new court rule will apply until 90 days after the Governor lifts the state of emergency related to the COVID‐19 pandemic,...

Testing Employees’ Body Temperatures Upon Arrival to Work

  • By: Sean Cameron
Testing Employees’ Body Temperatures Upon Arrival to Work The State of California is currently amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. In response, the Governor of the State of California has issued a stay at home executive order in order to help mitigate the effects of the pandemic in California. This includes the requirement that employees stay at home and not go into work, whether it be an office or a...

Modoc County Appoints Interim District Attorney

  • By: Margaret E. Long
Modoc County Appoints Interim District Attorney The Modoc County Board of Supervisors announced on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, that Prentice|Long, PC Partner Sophia R. Meyer has been appointed as Interim District Attorney. Ms. Meyer will fill the position recently vacated by Sam Kyllo. Ms. Meyer will be sworn in on April 15, 2020. Ms. Meyer is the former Assistant District Attorney for Modoc County, and held...

Sophia R. Meyer Becomes Partner

  • By: Margaret E. Long
Sophia R. Meyer Becomes Partner Prentice | Long, PC is pleased to announce that Sophia R. Meyer has become a partner of the firm. Formerly having held the position as Assistant District Attorney with Modoc County, Ms. Meyer currently serves as Assistant County Counsel for Modoc County and Alpine County, Deputy County Counsel for Sierra County and Trinity County and Assistant City Attorney for the...

Prentice | Long, PC Adds Two Associate Attorneys

  • By: P.J. Van Ert
Prentice | Long, PC Adds Two Associate Attorneys Prentice | Long, PC is proud to announce and welcome Sean Cameron and Kelsey Walsh as Associate Attorneys in our Redding office. Mr. Cameron’s practice includes transactional, regulatory, statutory, and land use matters. Recent areas of focus include advising municipalities on issues related to contracts, memorandums of understanding, code amendments, code enforcement, nuisance abatement, and special projects. Mr. Cameron completed...