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Court Reporters

Williams, Weisberg & Weisberg dba Diamond Court Reporters sued California in superior court, claiming its Assembly Bill 5, effective Jan. 1, unconstitutionally prevents it from retaining the services of court reporters as independent contractors.

SACRAMENTO — Williams, Weisberg & Weisberg dba Diamond Court Reporters sued California in superior court, claiming its Assembly Bill 5, effective Jan. 1, unconstitutionally prevents it from retaining the services of court reporters as independent contractors.

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