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The fall of the Privette doctrine in landlord-tenant relationships

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Identifying and screening conflicted non-attorney staff

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Hiring due diligence and effective screening measures, su...

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Judges and Judiciary

The nomination of Dena M. Coggins, presiding judge of the Sacramento County juvenile court, was sent to the Senate floor on a 12-9 Judiciary Committee vote.


The murder trial of O.J. Simpson, who died on Wednesday at 76, was pumped into the consciousness of millions of people, changing the way they interacted with...


Constitutional Law

Two judges on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel asked attorneys for the states and for Second Amendment advocates why they shouldn’t defer to a 2nd...


Constitutional Law

Elong Musk is funding the lawsuit by actress Gina Carano, who was fired for tweets the entertainment company objected to.


Columns

The bill sets strict requirements for pre-deployment safety testing and guardrails for large-scale AI systems, focusing on alg...


Immigration

The eyes of an immigrant

Apr. 11, 2024
By Greg Derin

It is not enough to focus on the mechanics or science of negotiation techniques. Parties also need to understand the moral cor...


While misgendering still occurs, the judiciary is committed to ensuring dignity and respect for trans individuals in the court...



Verdicts & Settlements

Wage and Hour Verna Maxwell Clarke and La... $59,990,000
Miriam Green, on behalf of ... $17,337,111
Dischargeability David Berger v. Leslie Klein $7,401,370
Breach of Contract Wiseman Park LLC, a cancell... $5,500,000
Wage and Hour Gelin Turcios Toledo, indiv... $2,300,000
Elder Abuse Jane Doe 1; Jane Doe 2; Joh... $2,223,500
Rent Control The People of the State of ... $2,040,000
Wage and Hour Anthony Sikes, on behalf of... $2,000,000
Assault and Battery Leticia Sanchez v. County o... $1,750,000
Wage and Hour Courtney Haynes, on behalf ... $1,660,000

Attorney Profiles


On the Move

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP

Apr. 8, 2024


Javad Asghari as Partner in Los Angeles from Milbank LLP.

Asghari's practice focuses on significant energy and infrastructure projects in the Americas and around the globe, with a particular focus on mergers and acquisitions of E&I projects and project development, including advising on the joint venture, governance and commercial (including concession, EPC, and offtake) agreements with respect to the development of renewable and conventional power generation; transmission and distribution projects; upstream, midstream and downstream petroleum and renewable hydrocarbon projects; LNG projects; and electric vehicle infrastructure developments.


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Community News

Laurie Levenson to be honored by LA County Law Library

Mar. 20, 2024
By Douglas Saunders Sr.

Capri Maddox, general manager of the Los Angeles Civil, Human Rights and Equity Department, will also be honored at the April ...



Special Reports

Top Family Lawyers 2024

Mar. 20, 2024

The annual list of the best California attorneys handling divorce and custody matters.


Daily Appellate Report

Evidence

People v. Lozano

Deceased victim's statement to her mother regarding protracted pattern of sexual abuse was not admissible under the excited utterance hearsay exception because there had been time for her...


Health Care

Ryan S. v. UnitedHealth Group, Inc.

Healthcare beneficiary adequately claimed Parity Act violation by alleging disparate handling of mental health versus medical claims and providing supporting documentation.


Criminal Law and Procedure

People v. Lewis

Gang member suffering from terminal ALS did not pose an unreasonable risk of danger under Penal Code Section 1172.2 because his illness made it difficult to walk and breath.


Arbitration

Fli-Lo Falcon LLC v. Amazon.com, Inc.

The Federal Arbitration Act's "transportation worker exemption" does not extend to delivery services contracts between business entities.