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Columns

U.S. Supreme Court, Labor/Employment, Government

On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the Biden administration’s effort to turn the Occupational Safety and Health Admi...


Law Practice, Civil Litigation

Practitioners representing survivors of sexual abuse sue the State of the Vatican City (i.e., Holy See) because they argue tha...




Podcasts

Criminal, California Supreme Court


The justices remanded petitioner Jeffrey Walker’s case back to the Court of Appeal with instructions to remand the case to the...


Law Practice

Change Lawyers; Change Generations; Changed Legal Profession

MCLE
Jul. 12, 2021
By Howard B. Miller

Podcast host Howard Miller talks with Chris Punongbayan, executive director of Change Lawyers (f/k/a California Bar Foundation).


audio


Webinars

This webinar was a conversation among experts about some of the biggest changes to pre-trial services as a result of the pande...



Featured Content


Community News

Judges and Judiciary, Community News, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

The prize will be awarded on March 18 at a ceremony in San Diego. Wallace has been a federal judge for 50 years, first on the ...



MCLE

Nonparty Discovery: 20 Commonly Asked Questions, p1

Jan. 21, 2022

While generally considered “strangers” to litigation, non...

By Peter R. Boutin, Sarah Malik

Criminal appeals in California: The nuts and bolts

Jan. 18, 2022

A conviction need not be the end of the road for a crimin...

By David J. Cohen

Assessing your chances on appeal: Burdens, inferences and presumptions

Jan. 14, 2022

Many attorneys and litigants believe that the appellate c...

By Noreen M. Evans


Discipline Report

Discipline Report

January 2022

Jan. 14, 2022

Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations and public reprovals in California.


Discipline Report

December 2021

Dec. 17, 2021

Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations and public reprovals in California.


Discipline Report

November 2021

Nov. 15, 2021

Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations and public reprovals in California.