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Columns

Constitutional Law

One step closer to professional freedom

Mar. 5, 2021
By Deborah J. La Fetra

A recent 9th Circuit decision was the first appellate ruling to permit a lawsuit to proceed on a challenge to forced membershi...


Law Practice

A measure relating to appointed legal counsel in probate conservatorships was recently introduced into the California Assembly.




Podcasts

Judges and Judiciary

No Courts, No Law: The Many Futures of Trial Courts

MCLE
Feb. 25, 2021
By Howard B. Miller

Podcast Host Howard Miller talks with Judge Jeremy Fogel (ret.), Director Berkeley Judicial Institute, Former Director Federal...


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Appellate Practice

Has Appellate Delay Injustice become part of our legal DNA?

MCLE
Feb. 5, 2021
By Howard B. Miller, Jon B. Eisenberg

Podcast host Howard Miller talks with Jon Eisenberg about appellate delay harms and solutions.


audio


Webinars

Judges and Judiciary

COVID and the Courts

Feb. 11, 2021

This webinar will present a frank discussion between five judges, as they discuss how courts are adapting to COVID-19, with an...



Roundtables

Civil Litigation

CLASS ACTION ROUNDTABLE

Nov. 20, 2019

Experts weigh in on significant class action developments



Featured Content


Insights

Despite a very challenging regulatory climate, a few battery manufacturers are still scattered throughout Southern California.



Community News

Law Practice, Community News

The federal class action was filed on behalf of a group of students and teachers to compel the school district to address the ...



MCLE

You had me at hello.

Mar. 5, 2021

Learn to avoid some of the common ethical pitfalls when i...

By Amy L. Bomse

Self-incrimination and restraining orders in California

Feb. 26, 2021

In part two of this two-part series, we examine how the p...

By Dean Hansell, Bryant Y. Yang

Restraining orders and the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution

Feb. 24, 2021

This two-part article explores the effects of such an inv...

By Dean Hansell, Bryant Y. Yang


Discipline Report

Discipline Report

November 2020

Nov. 2, 2020

Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations and public reprovals in California.


Discipline Report

October 2020

Oct. 1, 2020

Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations and public reprovals in California.


Discipline Report

September 2020

Sep. 1, 2020

Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations and public reprovals in California.