Civil Litigation, Law Practice, Criminal, California Supreme Court, California Courts of Appeal
By Geoffrey T. Macbride
The California Supreme Court revised an expert’s ability to rely on hearsay not long ago. Earn MCLE credit catching up with wh...
U.S. Supreme Court, Criminal, Constitutional Law, California Supreme Court, California Courts of Appeal
By Brian M. Hoffstadt
“The only constant is change.” Heraclitus may have been talking about life. But he might as well have been talking about the c...
Can required warning labels on soda advertisements pass First Amendment muster? An en banc 9th Circuit will reconsider the que...
Experts discuss apportionment, patent eligibility, inter partes review, and the effects of 'T.C. Heartland.'
Enactment of new employment laws require California employers to make significant changes in their hiring practices and workpl...
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...