Government, Civil Rights,
By Catherine L. Fisk, Erwin Chemerinsky
There will be litigation over when government employees’ speech can be prohibited because it is within the scope of their duti...
By John S. Caragozian
It is a reflection of 19th century values that Fremont was tried and convicted of disobedience, but not of genocide.
California Courts of Appeal,
Court of Appeal warns: evasive discovery responses may come back to haunt you at summary judgment stage
By Scott P. Dixler, Hannah E. Berkman
The Field case reminds both plaintiffs and defendants that crafting evasive discovery responses can hurt you in the long run –...
U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law
International Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution
By Jonathan Tompkins, Kennen D. Hagen
International arbitration has long been a favored form of dispute resolution because of its efficiency, finality, and other sa...
This webinar was a conversation among experts about some of the biggest changes to pre-trial services as a result of the pande...
Although most arbitrators apply rules when the contract is silent, some California arbitrators (especially retired California ...
Litigation & Arbitration
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Parties use a judge pro tem to ensure a decision maker is knowledgeable in the law applicable to the dispute as well as having...
Over the last year and a half we have seen an increased v...By Josh DuClos, James Heyworth, Charlotte K. Newell
Now, the California rule rests on a shaky frame: The lead...By Marc D. Alexander
These decisions will likely bring most SEC administrative...By Kenneth Herzinger, Nicolas Morgan, Thomas A. Zaccaro