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Ticketmaster DOJ

May 23, 2024
By Sunidhi Sridhar


Meanwhile, the Senate Judiciary Committee quizzed three of President Joe Biden's nominees to the Central District of Californi...



The states had sought to intervene in the case to participate in the settlement discussions and to object, if necessary, to an...


A housing group backed by a pro bono team at Farella Braun + Martel alleges that the city inaccurately estimated the number of...



The plaintiff "did not even attempt" to satisfy a key prong of the test applied in copyright claims, defense attorneys argued,...


One of Greenpower's attorneys, Christopher T. Johnson of Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani LLP, criticized the state's investigati...



The Senate is in talks to remove an initiative to overhaul Proposition 47


The husband of the now-former Los Angeles County DA was sued after he brandished a gun at Black Lives Matter protesters who sh...



"It's a novel case for the entire country," said Jad T. Davis of Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP.



The $2.8 billion settlement over college athlete pay could affect the operational costs and staffing of the schools and force ...


Trail immunity is a confusing area of law that applies a broad definition of what constitutes a trail, and plaintiffs face a h...



Non-compliance with the Workplace Violence Prevention Plan can lead to expensive citations and penalties. California employers...


Jeopardy! would show the presidential candidates’ knowledge of history, geography, business, and other relevant topics, as wel...



Jackie Lacey v. State Farm

May 22, 2024
By Antoine Abou-Diwan


Yonay v. Paramount Pictures Corp. Order

May 22, 2024
By Devon Belcher



Yonay v. Paramount Pictures Corp.

May 22, 2024
By Devon Belcher


In re State of California ex rel

May 22, 2024
By Wisdom Howell



Railyard worker awarded $58M for injured foot

May 22, 2024
By Douglas Saunders Sr.

Alexander R. Wheeler of Parris Law firm represented the worker. He said the defendants rejected a $3 million pre-trial settlem...


The public has until July 18 to comment on the new rules, which would make it a violation of California employment regulations...



The plaintiffs argue that the state Constitution grants the Legislature unlimited power to enforce a workers compensation syst...


Leilei Shan, a former senior manager of Corporate Engineering at Google, claims that he was fired in retaliation for reporting...



Retired LA County judge joins ADR Services

May 22, 2024
By Douglas Saunders Sr.

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Gregory Keosian retired from the bench May 15.


The city's conduct in "unilaterally revoking" a decision reversing the hotel's residential designation "made a mockery of the ...



The bill clarifies that in a civil action alleging sexual harassment, assault or battery, courts cannot admit evidence of oth...


Beverly Hills settlement judge doesn't bully or use gimmicks to get parties to the middle.