Since 1983, the team of attorneys at Granowitz White & Weber has provided honest, ethical, and effective legal representation to individuals and businesses in San Bernardino and Riverside counties. Here, we provide links to many invaluable court, legal, and government resources, ranging from local to national agencies and organizations.
For more information about our specific services and areas of expertise, please contact our offices to schedule a consultation with a knowledgeable Inland Empire attorney.
Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino – The San Bernardino Court website provides general information you will need to know if going to court in San Bernardino County, as well as explanations of different court divisions and forms and local rules.
Superior Court of California, County of Riverside – Riverside County’s official court website offers similar information about county rules, divisions, community programs, and court locations and directions.
State Bar of California – For the public, the State Bar of California website contains tips on finding a lawyer, a local lawyer referral service, and an attorney search.
American Inns of Court – The American Inns of Court work to “foster excellence in professionalism, ethics, civility, and legal skills” through local Inns around the country.
Martindale-Hubbell – Martindale-Hubbell, the national directory of attorneys, allows lawyers to rate the abilities of their peers. The public can search this site to determine a firm or attorney’s rating. Granowitz White & Weber is rated AV® Preeminent™, the highest rating available.
Super Lawyers – Super Lawyers is another well-known attorney rating service, listing outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The public can also browse lawyers and search law firms on this site. Granowitz White & Weber is proud of the selection of Richard A. Granowitz to Super Lawyers.
United States Department of Labor – The DOL website provides information for employers and employees regarding Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), labor relations, wages, work hours, and much more.
California Department of Industrial Relations – DIR offers information for workers and employers about improving working conditions for California wage earners, including compliance monitoring and registration and filing services.
California Labor and Workforce Development Agency – The LWDA enforces California labor laws, serving both businesses and workers. The Agency’s online FAQ contains valuable information for business owners.
California Department of Real Estate – The Department of Real Estate website provides information for consumers and real estate professionals, including licensing requirements, complaints, and real estate business guidance.
California Department of Consumer Affairs, Contractors State License Board – The CSLB regulates California’s construction industry by issuing licenses, investigating complaints against licensed and unlicensed contractors, suspending or revoking licenses, and educating the public about contractor and construction law.