Letters, Judges and Judiciary, Government
By Therese M. Stewart, Joshua D. Wayser
We feel the recent story on Jerry Brown’s judicial picks doesn’t paint an accurate picture of all that the governor has done t...
Judges and Judiciary, Government
By Randolph M. Hammock
I am generally pleased to note that the vast majority of the current field of candidates for Los Angeles County Superior Court...
Immigration, Government, Constitutional Law
By Josh Blackman, Gerald L. Maatman Jr.
Professor Josh Blackman (South Texas College of Law) takes measure of the DOJ's constitutional arguments in its suit challengi...
Experts discuss the latest developments in ascertainability, Article III standing, and proposed amendments to Rule 23.
In some communities, concerns have been raised about the effect of short-term rentals on the availability of affordable housin...
Law Practice, Community News
By Justin Kloczko
Partners Denis Moriarty and Kenneth Anderson found that many of the firm’s employees were already volunteering.
Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations, and public reprovals in California.
Addictive behavior--whether with drugs, alcohol, or your cell phone--has reached epidemic proportions. A lawyer calls for the ...
Law Office Management
Here are 10 recent developments that will impact employers and employees over the next year.
California businesses face revised rules for their automatic renewal practices, especially if they include a "free trial" feat...