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self-study/Environmental Regulation

Rulings in climate cases swung momentum to plaintiffs’ side

By Richard M. Frank

self-study/Consumer Law

163: More work at home; more cybersecurity risk

By Daniel B. Garrie, Howard B. Miller

self-study/Education Law

Title IX and sexual harassment: unequal protection and the harm of the DeVos regulations

By Emily Martin, Howard B. Miller

self-study/Education Law

Title IX and sexual harassment: What process is due?

By Mark M. Hathaway, Howard B. Miller, Jenna Parker

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

International arbitration in California: new rules, new frontiers

By Daniel M. Kolkey, Howard B. Miller

self-study/Civil Practice

The verdict is in on PAGA jury trials

By Steven B. Katz

self-study/Civil Practice

The legal profession: bent but not broken

By Brian S. Kabateck, Howard B. Miller

self-study/Criminal Law

Countless fraud prosecutions called into question

By Bruce C. Bishop, Laurie Edelstein, Ashwin J. Ram, Reem Sadik

self-study/Insurance

Business interruption insurance: The plaintiffs' position (and defendants')

By Michael J. Bidart, Ricardo Echeverria, Howard B. Miller

self-study/Insurance

Business interruption insurance: The defendants' position (and plaintiffs')

By Marc J. Feldman, Peter H. Klee, Howard B. Miller

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Parties to an arbitration agreement may waive Hague Convention compliance in ‘narrow’ decision

By Virginia F. Milstead, Jason D. Russell

self-study/Criminal Law

Gang crimes

By Henry J. Hall

self-study/Contracts

Sports and entertainment disruptions: what will happen

By Jeffrey G. Benz, Howard B. Miller

self-study/Business Organization

Cold Feet? Material adverse change clauses in pending mergers and acquisitions

By Grant Cofer, Amnon Siegel

self-study/Insurance

Insurance and coronavirus part 2: liability coverage

By Rex Heeseman, Howard B. Miller

self-study/Family Law

Modifying spousal and child support as a result of the pandemic

By Vivian Carrasco Hosp, Lance S. Spiegel

self-study/Insurance

Insurance for coronavirus: coverage or distancing?

By Rex Heeseman, Howard B. Miller

self-study/Evidence

The use of hearsay during restraining order hearings

By Dean Hansell, Bryant Yang


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