U.S. Supreme Court, Technology, Civil Rights
By Adam Sieff
If the Court follows Justice Thomas and narrowly reads Section 230 only to protect “distributors” from “publisher” liability, ...
Health Care & Hospital Law, Government
By Julie A. Werner-Simon
If you care about a woman’s dignity and reproductive autonomy, you must investigate whether the state to which you are traveli...
U.S. Supreme Court, Intellectual Property
By Philip Sheng, David Lisson
The Supreme Court turned its attention to intellectual property in a big way in 2022, taking up cases that could significantly...
California Supreme Court
By Nicole J. Kim, Kourtney Kinsel, Alexis S. Coll
Two recently-accepted cases suggest that the Court is focused on assessing the power dynamics in common contracts and that ...
By Sara L. Terheggen
Reverse stock splits are commonly used to avoid delisting, though they are generally seen as a sign that a company is in troub...
Government, DJ MCLE Roundtable, Civil Rights
Our expert panel explores the legal pitfalls and professional ramifications of facilitating access to gender-affirming care in...
Featuring: Hon. Kevin R. Culhane (Ret.), Hon. Risë Jones Pichon (Ret.), Hon. Glen M. Reiser (Ret.)
Although most arbitrators apply rules when the contract is silent, some California arbitrators (especially retired California ...
Litigation & Arbitration
The legislature has long required that a city’s zoning an...By Michael M. Berger
The Catch 22 of confirming a prior dangerous condition or opening the door to subsequent remedial measures
PMQ depositions in premises liability cases are a tool ut...By Jeffrey A. Rudman
So, just like social media posts and other forms of digit...By Gail A. Andler, Daniel B. Garrie