Jessica Wade is responsible for handling a variety of matters.
While in law school, Ms. Wade was an articles editor for the UCLA Journal of Law and Technology and helped design and launch the Human Rights International Criminal Law Online Forum. She also completed an internship with 20th Century Fox, where she worked on intellectual property and content protection matters. Ms. Wade represented UCLA and the Sanela Diana Jenkins Human Rights Project as a special rapporteur at a conference in the Hague on the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and assisted Professor Richard Steinberg in publishing a series of essays on the conference in Assessing the Legacy of the ICTY.
4/1/2013 - California Law Requires Certain Business Establishments to Post a Notice Regarding Human Trafficking and Slavery
9/21/2012 - California Governor Signs Two New Bills: AB 1964 Clarifies FEHA's Protection of Religious Practices; AB 2343 Establishes New Disclosure Requirements for Recipients of Criminal History Information
2/22/2012 - New Developments in California Regarding Disclosure of Wages and Classification of Employees