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A string of women defense witnesses painted a former UCLA doctor suing for discrimination as difficult to work with and error-...


Christopher B. Dolan and two former attorneys who left to start their own firm have settled a lawsuit for undisclosed terms af...



A California brewery pursuing a case against “Big Beer” used a trademark lawsuit as an excuse to slam its rival’s “fizzy yello...


A longstanding dispute stemming from the failure of the San Onofre nuclear plant ended last month when plant owners and consum...



Prosecutor focuses closing on truth and baseball

Feb. 14, 2018
By Meghann Cuniff

In a three-hour presentation, Assistant U.S. Attorney Jennifer L. Waier highlighted how the defendant tried to play down his f...


On Wednesday, Loyola Law School will formally open our Loyola Social Justice Law Clinic, a consolidated space on campus.



Last week, a federal judge ruled that Raef Lawson was not an employee of GrubHub during his four-month stint as a driver for t...


One case handled by the project resulted in a personal apology from the Butte County district attorney.



Law professors and lawyers must provide clear answers on president questions.


A GOP state legislator has introduced a bill to fund prosecution of human trafficking cases in a pilot project.



People clamored onto the courthouse steps in the case of the baker who declined to make a cake for a gay couple’s nuptials — o...


State officials are working with business groups to try to clarify how a new law that prohibits employers from allowing federa...



First, an ISP was held liable for not blocking a copyright infringer, and now a California federal court has issued an injunct...


A federal judge has denied defendants a new trial in the latest dispute over the estate of author John Steinbeck.



President Donald J. Trump announced his second pick for the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, nominating former Hawaii attorn...


U.S. District Judge Christina Snyder said the remedies sought by the plaintiff are better sought from the state.



Vice Media is being sued for the first time over discrimination, following an explosive investigation that revealed rampant se...


Aloha Litigation

Feb. 13, 2018
By Shane Nelson

Matson Inc. general counsel Peter Heilmann would rather fight fair.



Rule Enforcer

Feb. 13, 2018

Ventura County Judge David Worley is considered affable but doesn’t hesitate to sanction.


The 9th Circuit is at the intersection of the First Amendment and public health with American Beverage Association v. City and...



We do not know how current disputes will be resolved, but thanks to the Constitution’s Framers, we have a process for resolvin...


The future of privacy

Feb. 13, 2018

Consider that the first space shuttle contained some 500,000 lines of software code. Today, the average 2018 automobile contai...



With the confessional floodgates open, our current society has a renewed awareness of harassment likely unseen since Anita Hil...


While most of the 2018 revisions have been characterized as simple clarifications, they also appear likely to spawn an entire ...



What about after a contract is awarded? Is there a remedy available to unsuccessful bidders after an apparent low bidder is aw...


If passed, Arizona's Senate Bill 1091 would allow income taxes to be paid in bitcoin and other cryptocurrency that is approved...



When an attorney discovers she has received privileged documents in error, crucial ethics questions arise, and they have serio...


In a significant win for proponents of so-called sanctuary jurisdictions, a Los Angeles federal judge has ruled that federal i...



The U.S. Supreme Court has unanimously held that challenges to the so-called "Waters of the United States" rule must be heard ...


Uber Technologies Inc. settled a major trade secret case brought against it by Waymo LLC, a move that legal observers say will...