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Torts/Personal Injury

Christine S. Haskett of Covington & Burling LLP said that even though flames didn't burn several of the buildings in quest...


State Bar & Bar Associations

Mark Geragos, the lawyer for Joe Dunn, tried to show the bar was biased against its former leader.



Constitutional Law

“I think some parties were attempting to forum shop by using the low number rule to relate cases that weren’t actually related...


Intellectual Property

The complaint, first filed in December 2018, accuses Google of misappropriating and/or misusing ReactX's confidential informat...



Class Action

Lawyers for the U.S. government say that the National Veterans Foundation’s proposed plaintiff class in a case accusing the go...


Environmental & Energy

The proposed law appears to be a response a November ballot initiative backed by the petroleum industry.



Community News

The program aimed to introduce students to the Seventh Amendment and the right to a civil jury trial, while also exposing them...


Land Use

Developer Leonid Pustilnikov sought a stay in his lawsuit seeking to compel Redondo Beach to approve his power plant residenti...



Criminal

Campaigners behind an effort to recall Alameda County District Attorney Pamela Price say they've amassed enough signatures to ...


Law Practice, Criminal

Mike Piazza has represented individuals and companies across a variety of industries.



Law Practice, Intellectual Property

Armond Wilson marks 5th anniversary

Apr. 16, 2024
By Douglas Saunders Sr.

The name partners forged a bond while clerking at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.


Law Practice, Labor/Employment

Partner Clifford D. Sethness will be based in Los Angeles while senior counsel Kent Roger and counsel Taylor Horn will be in t...



Data Privacy

The proposed motion includes documents relating to real-time bidding (RTB) strategy, analysis and revenue, as well as proposed...


Labor/Employment, Constitutional Law, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Several petitions argue that the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is incorrectly applying a U.S. Supreme Court decision on ma...



Civil Rights

The case involves claims that Citibank employees were trained to deny credit card applications and cancel active credit cards ...


Environmental & Energy

The plaintiffs claimed that Ahern Rentals falsely claimed to be manufacturing and leasing generators, while concealing an agre...



Torts/Personal Injury

The ruling comes amid increased scrutiny of the role paramedics sometimes play in police encounters.


Data Privacy

Orrick to settle data breach lawsuits for $8M

Apr. 15, 2024
By Wisdom Howell

The settlement arises from a consolidated action where three separate lawsuits accused the law firm of failing to protect the ...



Ethics/Professional Responsibility

The documents relate to accusations made by a disbarred attorney, Paul Paradis, who accused former city attorney Mike Feuer of...


Civil Litigation

A San Francisco judge says he has no authority to bar plaintiffs from refiling sex assault claims against Uber



Constitutional Law

Permit fees dispute will be settled by California courts, lawyers say


Judges and Judiciary

Jurists expand mentorship program to research attorneys

Apr. 15, 2024
By David Houston, Malcolm Maclachlan

On May 15, jus...



Civil Litigation

“Police agencies must ensure their officers have a clear understanding of how important it is to place someone who is handcuff...


Ethics/Professional Responsibility, Community News

Judges give young attorneys a lesson in decorum

Apr. 15, 2024
By Skyler Romero

If all else fails, "conjure your inner Swiftie and 'shake it off'," says Los Angeles County Superior Court Presiding Judge Sam...



Labor/Employment

It's expected that 'juratorologist' Robert Wilson will be ordered to not have any further involvement in the case and to testi...


The murder trial of O.J. Simpson, who died on Wednesday at 76, was pumped into the consciousness of millions of people, changi...



Constitutional Law

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


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 ...



Constitutional Law

Two judges on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel asked attorneys for the states and for Second Amendment advocates wh...


“While I can’t reveal the details of our strategy that we’re working on, it is definitely not out of the question that we coul...