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The long-running dispute between the sides has enough strange details to fill up movie comedy: drug-laced candies, an incendia...


“The plaintiff’s dance is performed by humans in the physical world and the defendant’s emote by animated characters in a virt...



Molly M. Lens of O’Melveny & Myers LLP said that when the court reads the piece, titled “Top Guns” and published by Califo...


“The bullying traumatized Eleri Olive Irons so much that she suffered PTSD, cut herself and sought refuge in the school nurse’...



Evan Borges, who represents Erika Girardi, said after the hearing that this was the first time any judge has ruled in her favor.


“The State Bar has argued that the harm to the plaintiff members is fleeting on the purported grounds that these confidential ...



“The Court of Appeal erred in holding that the demonstration outside Geiser’s home did not constitute speech in connection wit...


“The bottom line is that Venoco created an emergency when it threatened to leave unmanned a facility that required constant mo...



The class of plaintiffs agreed to settle claims that the company violated state and federal law by facilitating the data harve...


“More than a whiff, a stench of animus against the students’ religious beliefs pervades the Pioneer High School campus,” wrote...



According to the complaint, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has received hundreds of complaints in the las...


Moderna explains this apparent about-face by pointing out that it refrained from asserting its patents earlier so as not to in...



Many Americans failed at mining and began to look at business, farming and ranching as alternatives, but Bay Area and Sacramen...



“The Department has withheld and unreasonably delayed the adjudication of Plaintiffs’ diversity visa applications by failing t...



Caltrans said the encampment is a threat to public safety as fires frequently break out in the area. Twelve fires have occurre...


DAs’ case against ADA law firm likely doomed

Aug. 29, 2022
By Ricardo Pineda

"The court issued a tentative ruling dismissing the case without leave to amend," David J. Darnell, a supervising trial attorn...



$13M deal would end misdemeanors over oil spill

Aug. 29, 2022
By Craig Anderson

As part of the agreement, Amplify Energy Corp. and its subsidiaries would be required to improve training for all employees in...


The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to the state’s ban on the sale of pork derived from breeding pigs confin...



“I’m an eternal optimist despite the apparent difficulties for a potential new magistrate judge to go through about 900 teleco...



“Granite is committed to conducting our business ethically and transparently, and we have implemented numerous remedial action...


“In the second quarter, SCE resolved approximately $400 million of claims. In total, the utility has resolved nearly 90% of it...



Making a difference

Aug. 29, 2022

Schonbrun Seplow Harris Hoffman & Zeldes combine human rights law with everything else


Arguably among the most satisfying of all bills to discount is your tax bill. You might well acknowledge that you owe the taxe...



Why the New York Times and TikTok Are More Similar to Each Other Than You Think



Soft Touch

Aug. 26, 2022
By Shane Nelson

JAMS neutral Alan Perkins doesn't believe haranguing litigants helps to resolve disputes.


Soft Touch

Aug. 26, 2022
By Shane Nelson

JAMS neutral Alan Perkins doesn’t believe haranguing litigants helps to resolve disputes.