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Howard Miller

Daily Journal podcast host
(effective March 2020)
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State and federal regulation of cannabis, and critical difference in law and planning between THC and CBD.


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Environmental & Energy, Land Use

Howard Miller, a thought leader in the California legal community for many decades, is the Daily Journal's new podcast host.


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Still-pending regulations leave doubt as to what the new California Consumer Privacy Act means for covered businesses.


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Will the new worker classification law withstand a phalanx of challenges?


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A Prelude to Preemption?

Jan. 10, 2020

California's new law against mandatory employment arbitration is blocked for now; will it survive?


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May SCOTUS re-think independent executive agencies altogether?


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Recent precedent and overuse may prompt limiting of common SEC remedy


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The high court reviews Title VII and state no-aid-to-religion clauses this term


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Does the Constitution mandate an insanity defense? Or a unanimous jury? When may juveniles be given life-without-parole senten...


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US Bank and Intel contest ERISA liability; insurers call de-appropriation of ACA funds a '$12 billion bait-and-switch'


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The Courts considers DACA, stolen social security numbers in employment applications, and cross-border shootings.


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Can California's Clean Air Act-exempted vehicle emissions regime survive an EPA rule change?


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How much will AB 392's new police-use-of-force standard impact charging decisions and civil liability?


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Just-signed SB 27 seeks income tax disclosures from next spring's presidential primary candidates. Will it stand?


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Two cases last term gave SCOTUS a chance to meaningfully curtail administrative agency power; did the Court take it?


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JAMS Session

Jul. 26, 2019

The 9th Circuit is mulling whether a JAMS arbitrator should have disclosed his part-ownership of the neutral company to partie...


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A Call to 'Armendariz'

Jul. 3, 2019

A battery of amici ask FAA-friendly SCOTUS to overturn a 20-year California rule setting minimum arbitration standards.


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After hearing argument the California Supreme Court has ordered additional briefing in a case that could reshape the contours...


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Brady v. Pitchess

Jun. 7, 2019

Does California's regime ensure 'Brady' compliance? Or is proactive sharing between law enforcement and prosecutors needed?


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Business-owner plaintiffs suffering 'purely economic losses' from the 2015 SoCalGas leak were barred Thursday from recovering ...


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Challengers claiming Los Angeles City Council District 10 was racially gerrymandered have asked SCOTUS to step in. On the show...


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Sally Q. Yates, former U.S. Deputy Attorney General and Acting Attorney General, and now partner with King & Spalding, joi...


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Nationwide injunction critics say the remedy prevents lower court percolation; the 9th Circuit will test that thesis after ord...


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Can shareholders sue over tender offer misrepresentations and omissions? And is negligence the standard to meet? SCOTUS this w...


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Co-authors of the new book 'The Company They Keep: How Partisan Divisions Came to the Supreme Court,' Lawrence Baum (Ohio Stat...


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In one of three bitterly-fought denials for rehearing en banc, the 9th Circuit let stand a ruling protecting homeless individu...


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As the Supreme Court seems vexed once again by partisan gerrymandering challenges, we're joined by Benjamin Fliegel and Brian ...


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District Attorney Todd Spitzer (Orange County), veteran criminal defense attorney Robert Sanger (Sanger Swysen & Dunkle), ...


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Securities and white collar defense veteran Richard Marmaro (Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP) offers insights int...


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Appellate Practice, California Courts of Appeal

A Tentative Proposal

Mar. 8, 2019

The 1st District Court of Appeal would become the first California appellate court to use tentative rulings district-wide, if ...


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