Government, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
By Jeremiah Johnson
For now, the Circuits are split on this issue, and we will have to wait and see if the Supreme Court will take the time to dra...
U.S. Supreme Court, Native Americans, Family
By Timothy Sandefur
SCOTUS should strike down ICWA’s race-based burdens
Law Practice, Appellate Practice
By Dan L. Stanford
Don’t start out with or use the phrase, “the evidence will show.” It’s weak.
Health Care & Hospital Law
By H. Thomas Watson, Lacey L. Estudillo
Defendants should expect the number of medical malpractice cases filed to decrease in 2022 and increase in 2023 once AB-35 tak...
U.S. Supreme Court, Native Americans
By Gabriela H. Shapiro, Michael C. Kelley
The conflict between the states, such as California, which support ICWA and those who challenge it, presents a stark contrast.
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
So, just like social media posts and other forms of digit...By Gail A. Andler, Daniel B. Garrie
In the words of the California Supreme Court: “The malici...By Reza Torkzadeh, Allen P. Wilkinson
Decisions regarding where children should live when one p...By Anne K. Richardson