Health Care & Hospital Law, Government
By Sarah Gross
Clear and unmistakable error is not defined in the statute, and efforts to parse the legislative intent have muddied the alrea...
U.S. Supreme Court, Education Law, Civil Rights
By Mitchell Keiter
The Supreme Court decided Carson v. Makin (20-1088) yesterday, holding Maine violated parents' Free Exercise rights by excludi...
By Steven B. Katz
Some of my colleagues from the plaintiff’s bar have been quick to point out a potential silver lining in the outcome. I think ...
U.S. Supreme Court, California Supreme Court
By Stephen M. Duvernay, David A. Carrillo
U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law
By Arthur G. Svenson
This webinar was a conversation among experts about some of the biggest changes to pre-trial services as a result of the pande...
Although most arbitrators apply rules when the contract is silent, some California arbitrators (especially retired California ...
Litigation & Arbitration
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Parties use a judge pro tem to ensure a decision maker is knowledgeable in the law applicable to the dispute as well as having...
Over the last year and a half we have seen an increased v...By Josh DuClos, James Heyworth, Charlotte K. Newell
Now, the California rule rests on a shaky frame: The lead...By Marc D. Alexander
These decisions will likely bring most SEC administrative...By Kenneth Herzinger, Nicolas Morgan, Thomas A. Zaccaro