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The Department of Justice accused the hospital giant of paying kickbacks for patient referrals.


The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, drawn up during the 2014 drought, will allow new local groundwater sustainability...



The complaint, filed by Apple store employees in 2013, alleged workers had to find a store manager to inspect their bags and p...


Humble Hammer

Nov. 15, 2019

Samuel Miller’s low-key but relentless approach gets acrimonious disputes settled.



C. Allen Parker joined the San Francisco-headquartered bank in 2017 as general counsel and stepped in as interim CEO from Marc...


The complaint alleges the online streaming giant’s “homogeneous” management team is discriminatory against “black workers” and...



At a council meeting Thursday, Administrative Director Martin Hoshino said “trend lines” continue to show a steep drop in the ...


Some businesses predict that they will be badly hurt by the required new expenses. But these claims are overstated because of ...



It sounds like a hustle you might hear on a dark street, the chance to get $10 million and not pay any federal income tax on, ...


A year ago, we heard the terrible news of two Boeing 737Max plane crashes, causing hundreds of deaths, because of a new flight...



Pitty the wrongfully terminated employee who, unable to make ends meet, must find a new job. Inevitably the questions are aske...


The Founders created the impeachment power as the method to remove presidents for “treason, bribery, or other high crimes and ...



In 1996, the San Francisco Chapter of the YWCA decided to sell the building located at 1830 Sutter Street, in San Francisco’s ...


The college admissions scandal keeps bumping along. There was a spate of early guilty pleas, but some defendants appear to wan...



Blind charging, a crime strategies unit, a diversion program for juvenile criminals, and a separate court for young adult defe...


Demilitarized Zone

Nov. 14, 2019

Judge Jason Clay stages miniature battles at home but won't allow them in his courtroom.



A California law requiring women on corporate boards violates the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment, according to ...


Two Republican-appointed judges voted in a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling Wednesday that an immigrant deemed deporta...



Starkist Co. sales executive Stephen Hodge recounted several conversations with executives at Bumble Bee Foods LLC — all alleg...


A federal judge in San Diego has ruled immigration authorities cannot block asylum seekers from consulting with counsel before...



A co-owner of an online fashion business has been ordered to pay $36.6 million to his sister after a Long Beach jury found he ...


An investigation for the state Supreme Court said the premature disclosure of topics was ‘inadvertent human error’



A Ford Motor Co. engineer testified that “shudder problems” with Focus models would not cause drivers to lose control of their...


Public entities and SoCal Edison Co. reach $360M settlement linked to Thomas, Woolsey fires and Montecito debris flow



A nonprofit dedicated to reducing the cost of medication has filed suit against the state attorney general in an effort to rol...


It’s no secret that California has a serious housing crisis — in fact, the state has declared a statewide housing emergency to...



In the latest volley, Gov. Gavin Newsom recently signed into law two bills, Assembly Bill 51 and Senate Bill 707, that take ai...


A California appellate ruling throws into sharp focus the constitutionality of accreditation by regional accreditors such as t...



From ending the exploitation of wild animals in circuses to prohibiting the sale of fur, 2019 was a banner year for animal pro...


We have to worry about the consequences of putting bad federal judges on the bench. Unless the judiciary itself decides to ado...