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The University of California has been slow to investigate and discipline faculty facing allegations of sexual harassment, acco...


An appellate court has affirmed the criminal conviction of a now-suspended Orange County attorney who was arrested in connecti...



The state Supreme Court has codified the expansion of the legal test for guilty pleas accepted without an explicit advisement ...


San Mateo County has sued a suite of drug distributors alleging culpability for the opioid epidemic ravaging its communities.



Defense lawyers in San Diego advocate against ‘Operation Streamline.’


Tim Draper’s “Three Californias” measure qualified for this November’s ballot, and it is a mortal threat to our state. We revi...



The key is to remain open to whichever process your client wishes to use.


The tax treatment of litigation damages is varied and complex. But at least the rule for compensatory damages for personal phy...



Experience At Work

Jun. 22, 2018

Mediator Suzanne Bruguera says lawyers should utilize ex-judges’ knowledge.


President Donald J. Trump has asked the Department of Justice to request a California federal judge to modify a 1997 settlemen...



U.S. District Judge John A. Mendez had tough questions for both sides on Wednesday during a heated hearing in the federal gove...


Dr. Dre’s lawyer tries to tie music to business

Jun. 21, 2018
By Steven Crighton, Lila Seidman

Attorneys for a former hedge fund manager suing the Beats headphones company for royalties told hip hop legend Andre Young, be...



The San Diego white-collar defense attorney has been in private practice since 1982.


A lawsuit against the Regents of the University of California was filed Tuesday for improperly investigating a Title IX sexual...



San Diego data company sues SAP

Jun. 21, 2018
By Joshua Sebold

Teradata Corp.has sued enterprise computing titan SAP SE for alleged trade secrets theft and antitrust violations.


A federal judge this week finalized a $38.7 million settlement in a 13-year-old class action lawsuit against major credit repo...



The Right Fit

Jun. 21, 2018
By Arin Mikailian

In court and private life, Judge Antony Ufland aims to build loving homes for the abused.


A bill that would expand liability for employers in cases involving harassment passed the Assembly Committee on Labor and Empl...



Other government agencies provide notice to attorneys -- why can't the VA?


A Different Game

Jun. 21, 2018

Considerations for athletes who are looking to become engaged in venture capital.



In the last two years, federal courts have been an attractive forum for plaintiff shareholders pursuing mergers and acquisitio...


The D.C. Circuit recently issued its mandate to the Federal Communication Commission regarding the scope of the Telephone Cons...



Judges in the Eastern District unanimously signed a letter to Congress pleading for legislators to increase the number of fede...


What if a forum selection clause requires that the target forum have personal jurisdiction over the defendants?



Suit alleges sex discrimination at Jones Day

Jun. 20, 2018
By Winston Cho

Sanford Heisler Sharp LLP put another major law firm, Jones Day, in its cross hairs, accusing it of underpaying and discrimina...


The president's pointed public criticism of a federal judge's revocation of his former campaign manager Paul Manafort's bail d...



An appellate panel has held that labor arbitrators can amend agreements with “no add” clauses when the case involves a mutual ...


The city of Inglewood is accused in a lawsuit of prioritizing private development over affordable housing under a portion of t...



A new bill that would change the legal standard for the use of deadly force by police officers passed its first committee test...


A mechanism some immigration judges in California began using recently to delay deportations will now be used nationwide, acco...