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Coinbase 2

May 29, 2024
By Sunidhi Sridhar


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A lawsuit filed in Los Angeles claims that the former employee was included in a round of layoffs in retaliation for requestin...


CVS faces dual lawsuits over labor, pay practices

May 29, 2024
By Antoine Abou-Diwan

One of the complaints alleges that employees were expected to do "housekeeping" tasks off the clock, including sending faxes.



The plaintiff's attorneys made the case "a story about revealing corporate greed and power-hungry executives trying to make th...


Jason G. Sheasby, a partner at Irell & Manella LLP, led the Netlist team



Attorneys for the car manufacturers are attempting to sever hundreds of insurer plaintiffs in a case accusing them of producin...



Experts say that a growing number of judges and attorneys are also questioning the doctrine. Many prominent critics come from ...


Kia Subrogation Claims

May 29, 2024
By Devon Belcher



The California attorney general's office argues that the oil companies knew for decades that reliance on fossil fuels would ca...


The lawsuit was dismissed by U.S. District Judge Vince G. Chhabria, who said the allegations were unrelated to those made by P...



TAN dismissal

May 29, 2024
By Sunidhi Sridhar


Harry Bridges, a labor union leader, had a significant impact on California’s economy and was involved in decades of litigatio...



The California Supreme Court’s recognition of an implied exclusive easement was a radical and unprecedented change in the law ...


Twenty years after the first same-sex marriage was performed in Massachusetts, the legal and societal landscape of same-sex ma...



The Ellis Act, a state law in California, allows property owners to exit the rental business. However, a recent case involving...


Superior Court Judge Gregory J. Kreis lost his bid for reelection in the March 5 primary. His lawyer suggested the case was an...



The awards were handed out Thursday night at a gala in downtown Los Angeles.


Order Regarding Motion to Strike

May 28, 2024
By Devon Belcher



TAN opposition

May 28, 2024
By Sunidhi Sridhar


TAN reconsider

May 28, 2024
By Sunidhi Sridhar



TAN complaint

May 28, 2024
By Sunidhi Sridhar


The judge in question was presiding over a murder trial when she improperly initiated an ex parte communication with a prosecu...



The targeting of publishers would "impose an unprecedented duty to verify the factual accuracy of every book" and would threat...


Reports of the use of facial recognition data by police departments, in breach of local rules, could lead to a national reckon...



The case was prosecuted by a team from the U.S. attorney's office in San Diego.


A lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court seeks to skirt a federal law that shields online platforms from actions b...



The agreement, which is not yet approved by the court, could mark the end of the NCAA's lucrative amateur framework as thousan...


U.S. Attorney E. Martin Estrada has issued a call for defense attorneys to help identify cases suitable for post-conviction re...