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Columns

While Assembly Bill 3234 has been touted as a saving grace for first-time misdemeanor offenders who may be offered diversion b...


Immigration

Victories affirm California's right to protect immigrants in detention

Oct. 20, 2020
By Hamid Yazdan Panah, Jackie Gonzalez

Earlier this month, a federal district court issued a ruling largely upholding the constitutionality of Assembly Bill 32, a la...




Podcasts

Labor/Employment, Covid Columns

Podcast host Howard Miller talks with Daily Journal labor reporter Jessica Mach on new California labor and employee legislation.


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Covid Columns, Alternative Dispute Resolution

The world today: Resolving international technology disputes

MCLE
Oct. 9, 2020
By Howard B. Miller, Lester W. Schiefelbein Jr.

Podcast host Howard Miller talks with Les Schiefelbein, CEO of the Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center.


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Webinars

Civil Rights

Bail Reform

Sep. 1, 2020

Bail reform efforts are sweeping the nation as jurisdictions consider measures to prevent pretrial detention solely on the bas...



Roundtables

Civil Litigation

CLASS ACTION ROUNDTABLE

Nov. 20, 2019
By Ben Armistead

Experts weigh in on significant class action developments



Featured Content


Insights

Despite a very challenging regulatory climate, a few battery manufacturers are still scattered throughout Southern California.



Community News

Law Practice, Community News

It was a dream come true for the lifelong "Jeopardy!" fan and associate at Keker, Van Nest & Peters LLP, who had auditione...



MCLE

SB 1079 is a set back for both lenders and borrowers

Oct. 19, 2020

This bill makes nonjudicial foreclosures slower, more exp...

By Robert S. McWhorter, Jarrett Osborne-Revis

Deciphering conflicts based on personal relationships with opposing counsel

Oct. 16, 2020

A recent ethics opinion by the American Bar Association e...

By Mark L. Tuft

The ever-changing saga of the joint-employer doctrine

Oct. 14, 2020

The U.S. Department of Labor recently updated its interpr...

By Mellissa A. Schafer


Discipline Report

Discipline Report

October 2020

Oct. 1, 2020

Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations and public reprovals in California.


Discipline Report

September 2020

Sep. 1, 2020

Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations and public reprovals in California.


Discipline Report

August 2020

Aug. 3, 2020

Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations and public reprovals in California.