This is the property of the Daily Journal Corporation and fully protected by copyright. It is made available only to Daily Journal subscribers for personal or collaborative purposes and may not be distributed, reproduced, modified, stored or transferred without written permission. Please click "Reprint" to order presentation-ready copies to distribute to clients or use in commercial marketing materials or for permission to post on a website. and copyright (showing year of publication) at the bottom.


    Filter by date
     to 
    Search by Headline

Attorneys cite their complaints. ...


Just the Ticket for Expensive Traffic Fines

Aug. 2, 2015
By Laura Impellizzeri

A recent due-process clarification is just the ticket for citations. ...



First Try for a Second Chance

Aug. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

A lawyer reflects on her first oral argument. ...


Can Vergara Fix Our Schools?

Aug. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

The epic battle over teacher tenure reaches a California appellate court. ...



An Ethical Tightrope

Aug. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

As the California Legislature wrestles with the End of Life Option Act, litigation over aid in dying continues in the courts. ...


Evolution of the Profession

Aug. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

Reviews of two books about the legal profession. ...



Feelings in the Fray

Aug. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard


Updating Law Firms' Tech Yields Value

Aug. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

Adopting practice management software can result in big savings for small firms. ...



Because It's Your Client's Data They Really Want ...


Pointers for gender-neutral legal writing. ...



Silicon Valley Style

Jul. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

Kirkland & Ellis and Cooley give us a look into their revamped Silicon Valley offices. ...



Some social-media marketing tips for lawyers. ...


Pro bono project helps clients address debt and credit-related issues. ...



Opposing the Archbishop

Jul. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

Catholic leader pushes legal change. ...


The Ninth Circuit asked the state Supreme Court to clarify whether suitable seating laws apply to retail workers. ...



Reviews of two books about privacy and free speech in the digital age. ...


As Stockton emerges from bankruptcy, an unsecured creditor claims the city's new plan is discriminatory. ...



Moonlight Fire Litigation

Jul. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

An update in the Moonlight Fire case. ...


Reel Law: Legal Moments at the Movies

Jul. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

Evelyn ...



District Court IP Filings by the Numbers

Jul. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

How district courts stack up for various IP filings. ...


Jurors expect video re-creations, animation and 3-D effects. ...



Independence Day by the Numbers

Jul. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

Some legal trivia about the July Fourth holiday. ...


A lawyer looks back on his first job. ...



Stung By Dead Bees

Jul. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

Beekeepers demand that regulators protect honeybees from neonicotinoid insecticides. ...


Summer Beach Reads for Lawyers

Jul. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

We asked two local bookstores for their summer picks. ...



The nonprofit seeks lawyers for its referral network. ...


State Protections Endure

Jun. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

California stands out for supporting minority voters. ...



Share of Women on Courts Inches Up

Jun. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

Even as more women join the state trial courts, they continue to be underrepresented. ...


Some State Courts Still Short of Judges

Jun. 2, 2015
By Donna Mallard

California judges' salaries are funded directly by the state. ...