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Attorney Highlight  

Sarah Hoff

Where did you go to school/obtain your degree?
I attended undergrad at UCLA, receiving a B.S. in Psychobiology. I then attended law school at University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.

What is your primary focus(es) in the practice of law?
My primary focus is Family Law. 

What has been your most fulfilling or rewarding experience in the practice of law?
The most fulfilling experience I have had in the practice of law was one of my first family court appearances. The matter was not particularly complex, but after the hearing, my client pulled me aside and said that was the first time she had felt her voice had been heard in years. Her statement has stuck with me ever since.

Where are you originally from and which MOBO Law office to you based out of?
I am originally from Lodi, California. I am now based out of the Donner Pass Road office in Truckee, California.

Why did you undertake the practice of law?
I decided to undertake the practice of law as a career because it would allow me to provide for my family, continue to challenge my mind, and hopefully do more good than not in this world.
What made you choose MOBO Law?

MOBO truly works as a team. Clients get the benefit of a firm’s collective experience and knowledge, and each individual in the MOBO team grows as a result.

What is the best part of your job?
The best part of my job is being able to assist clients in navigating incredibly challenging circumstances in their lives with confidence.


Diversity on Corporate Executive Boards


Pursuant to AB-979 passed by the California Legislature in 2020, publicly held domestic or foreign corporations with principal executive offices located in California must have at least one director on the executive board from an underrepresented community by the end of 2021. Additionally, by the end of 2022, such corporations with more than 4 but less than 9 directors must have a minimum of 2 directors from an underrepresented community and such corporations with 9 or more directors must have a minimum of 3 directors from an underrepresented community.

These new requirements are in addition to the existing law requiring such corporations to have a minimum of one female director on its board by the end of 2019 and further, by the end of 2021, such corporations with 5 directors must have a minimum of 2 female directors and those with 6 or more directors must have a minimum of 3 female directors. 
AB-979 further authorizes the Secretary of State to impose fines for violations of these requirements to offset the administering of these requirements.
For further information regarding the diversity requirements for corporate executive boards, please visit


Rehiring and Retention of Workers Displaced due to COVID-19

On April 16, 2021, the California Legislature passed SB-93, which provides assistance to workers who were displaced or laid-off as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This new law, which will remain in effect until December 31, 2024, requires employers to provide laid-off employees with information about job positions that become available for which the laid-off employees are qualified. If more than one laid-off employee is qualified for a position, preference will be given to the employee with the greatest length of service based on the employee’s date of hire with that employer. 
 In order to be eligible under the provisions of this law, an employee must have been employed by the employer for 6 or more months within the 12 months preceding January 1, 2020. Additionally, the employee’s most recent separation from such employment was due to a reason related to the COVID-19 pandemic (i.e. public health directive, government order shutdown, lack of business, reduction in workforce, or other economic non-disciplinary reasons).
For further information related to the potential rehiring and retention of workers displaced due to COVID-19, please visit
If you have questions regarding these modifications to California laws or questions related to any other employment-related or business-related matter, please contact MOBO Law, LLP.
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