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Janice M. Bellucci

Sep. 19, 2018
By Malcolm Maclachlan

Law Office of Janice M. Bellucci


Ahilan T. Arulanantham

Sep. 19, 2018
By Chase DiFeliciantonio

ACLU of Southern California



Gloria R. Allred

Sep. 19, 2018
By Steven Crighton

Allred Maroko & Goldberg


Mary E. Alexander

Sep. 19, 2018
By paula_ewing@dailyjournal.com

Mary Alexander & Associates PC



Cristina C. Arguedas

Sep. 19, 2018

Arguedas, Cassman & Headley LLP


A British diver who helped save a team of young soccer players from a Thailand cave this summer answered billionaire Elon Musk...



The 9th Circuit is functioning fine. Dividing it will cause a host of additional costs and new problems.


Sessions memo blasts injunctions

Sep. 18, 2018
By Chase DiFeliciantonio



It may be the top electric car manufacturer, but Tesla will need more than adrenalized enthusiasm to stay afloat.


The chancellor of a Big Ten school and the commissioner of the American Athletic Conference advocated for the “purity of colle...



It is not surprising that the 3rd District extended public trust protections to groundwater through the "tributaries" approach...


The former state Supreme Court justice was praised for being a trailblazer for women



Legal Pilot

Sep. 18, 2018
By Skylar Dubelko

Born into an airline family, Alaska Air Group GC Kyle Levine navigates various regulations.


Keeping the Peace

Sep. 18, 2018

Los Angeles County Commissioner Laura Streimer uses a smile, firm hand to handle child support cases.



Legislation intended to relieve pressures on the court system could use a little more bite in order to get the job done.


A Loyola Law School professor testified Monday that the estate plan at the center of a family’s fraud lawsuit against Buchalte...



A closer look at a couple new laws that affect law practice.


In the wake of two years of headlines about election security, the state Legislature is nearing the end of another year of act...



Viet D. Dinh, a former partner at Kirkland & Ellis LLP, will play a critical role in setting up the new company. Current G...


IP litigator Maureen Sheehy began her role at Chan Zuckerberg Biohub on Sept. 5.



Evelynn Tran replaces Robert Fabela, who moved to work for the city of Anaheim. The two worked together on the 2016 Measure B ...


Several large housing projects in San Diego County might be put on hold following a tentative ruling in a lawsuit challenging ...



Something rare is happening in San Francisco — a prosecutor who has been accused of misconduct is being tried by the State Bar...


Legal observers are divided about whether Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye should recuse herself if a complaint challenging a...



Barrels of ink have been spilled investigating, eulogizing and variously mourning or lauding the "vanishing trial." But this i...


Attorneys seeking the dismissal of a large workers’ compensation criminal case argued Friday that the Orange County district a...



A move by the IRS and Treasury Department this summer is likely to make it even easier for wealthy individuals to funnel dark ...


The administrative leadership of the federal courts has proposed new rules governing judicial behavior, expressly prohibiting ...



An attorney representing a prosecutor accused by the State Bar of withholding evidence from the defendant’s lawyer said in clo...


Family Affair

Sep. 17, 2018
By Melanie Brisbon

High-profile litigation is family business for Orange County boutique Easton & Easton LLP.