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Das Gartenrestaurant ist im Sommer eine herrliche Oase, in welcher man ein gutes Essen unter Schatten spendenden Bäumen geniessen kann....

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Robert Jon Hendricks represents employers and managers in the travel, hospitality, food service, entertainment, and retail industries in cases brought under California and US federal law involving matters such as wage and hour issues, antidiscrimination laws, and the US Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). As a lead counsel, he has significant experience in state, federal and administrative trials. RJ also has extensive class action experience and has defeated class certification in numerous cases.


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In addition to litigation involving FMLA, RJ handles cases under the California Business and Professions Code Section 17200 et seq., the California Consumer Legal Remedies Act (CLRA), the California Uniform Trade Secrets Act, California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), including Title III.

RJ defended Yusen Terminals in a three-week trial involving a marine clerk’s allegations that she had been unlawfully retaliated against during a training program. The African-American plaintiff claimed that during the training she was segregated in a back room, was not adequately trained by the male union planners; was belittled, harassed, and subjected to death threats; and was ultimately forced to quit the training and could not work for five years afterward because she was broken. The case was filed in 2006, went to a first jury trial, then a judgment notwithstanding the verdict, then a court of appeals decision, and then a remanded second trial. RJ was brought in to first-chair the second trial, and handled jury selection, opening, the cross-examination of the plaintiff, the direct of several company witnesses, and the closing argument—which the client and several observers called the best closing they had ever seen.

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Top: Bland–Altman plots comparing the photographic portion guide and the plated reference portion responses to estimate ‘typical’ participant intake mass (oz) for fish and shrimp. The 95 % CI of the limits of agreement (dashed lines indicating ±2 sd of the mean difference) estimates the magnitude of possible sampling error. The mean difference (solid lines) for the two methods indicates sampling bias; the 95 % CI of the mean difference includes the line of equality (zero) for fish data, but not for shrimp data. Bottom: Distribution plots of differences between participant selections from the photographic portion guide and their plated reference portion. Histograms, supported by goodness-of-fit, indicated fish and shrimp data had a normal distribution

Gender, age and racial characteristics of the study participants: adults aged 25–64 years, south-eastern USA

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Data presented are the numbers of participants in each demographic category.

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The present study validated the utility of a photographic guide for assessing typical portion sizes for fish and shrimp consumed by adults. Data accuracy in the study was comparable to or better than that of other reports using photographs for estimating food portions ( 23 25 ) . Accuracy in assessing fish and shellfish intake is required to discern how seafood consumption can impact health benefits as well as health risks associated with environmental disasters and contaminants ( 26 28 ) .

Forty-six per cent of respondents in the fish study, and 48 % of respondents in the shrimp study, accurately represented their plated reference portion using the photographic portion guide. Ninety-three per cent of respondents in the fish study, and 91 % of respondents in the shrimp study, represented their plated reference portion ±2 oz (±56·7 g) using the photographic portion guide. Data from both fish and shrimp studies showed positive correlation between the two methods for both fish and shrimp estimates. Such descriptive statistics, however, do not address agreement between the two methods. Bland–Altman plot analyses address potential bias between the mean differences for the two evaluation methods and provide an estimate for an agreement interval, within which 95 % of the differences of the photographic portion guide, compared with the plated reference portions, fall ( 29 ) . These differences ultimately provided acceptable agreement between the two methods from a practical standpoint. Bias in both the fish and shrimp studies was less than 1 oz (28·3 g; Fig. 2 ). Nevertheless, the 95 % CI for mean differences in shrimp study data (+0·77 oz (+21·8 g)) indicated a systematic difference between the methods, indicating a subtraction correction of 0·77 oz (21·8 g) from shrimp portion guide estimates would be expected to provide data more comparable to the ‘gold standard’ plated reference portions. Bias observed in both studies did not appear associated with low v . high portion size preferences.

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