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Criminal

Supporters are gathering signatures to put a measure on the fall ballot that would roll back portions of the law that made it ...


Torts/Personal Injury

"Even though [driver Eldon Loeser] admitted to making a human error, which he acknowledged from the very beginning of the tria...



What would a jury do?

Apr. 12, 2024

Former insurance defense lawyer Wendy Kramer handles PI cases with complex medical issues.


Labor/Employment, Corporate

Attorneys for a class of plaintiffs want to call former Tubi executive Reza Banki to testify in a case accusing the company of...



Data Privacy

The judge cited concerns about the calculation of the settlement fund, the cy pres choice for uncashed settlement checks, and ...


Civil Litigation

Attorneys for Shashikant "Shashi" Jogani have accused Larson LLP and Haresh Jogani of hiring a "juratorologist" to harass and ...



Alternative Dispute Resolution

A state lawmaker wants the State Bar to manage a certification program for neutrals, but some say the idea is fraught with pro...


Civil Litigation

Remini, a former member of the church, claimed in her lawsuit that the organization engaged in a campaign of harassment agains...



Alternative Dispute Resolution

Retired LA County judge joins Signature Resolution

Apr. 10, 2024
By Douglas Saunders Sr.


Law Office Management

Riverside firms merge, open office in Orange County

Apr. 10, 2024
By Douglas Saunders Sr.

Rizio Lipinsky Heiting will specialize in personal injury and employment law.



Technology

Apple’s attorneys have asked a San Francisco judge to reconsider his order requiring notification of a “vanishingly small numb...


Corporate

Welk Group unjust enrichment lawsuit to proceed

Apr. 10, 2024
By Antoine Abou-Diwan

Lawrence Welk Jr., son of the late television bandleader, claims that his own son and other relatives ousted him as CEO and mi...



Civil Rights

The Executive Force Review Committee determined that the deputies’ use of force was within department policy, and the district...


Labor/Employment

Adverse legal opinions have forced attorneys to change their approach to diversity efforts within law firms and in the advice ...



Judges and Judiciary

The bill was inspired by a long-running California Voting Rights Act case, leading some lawmakers to question the need to reex...


Intellectual Property

Motions to reconsider the dismissal without a chance to amend and a request for review by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeal...



Intellectual Property

‘Top Gun Maverick’ out of copyright danger zone

Apr. 10, 2024
By Douglas Saunders Sr.

U.S. judge found that Tom Cruise’s Top Gun sequel did not rely on a magazine article that was the inspiration for the original...


Constitutional Law

The organizations argued that they exercised their First Amendment right to express their opinion that Louis Farrakhan’s state...



U.S. District Jacqueline Scott Corley wrote that she no longer had jurisdiction over the case once an appeal was filed with t...


Torts/Personal Injury

The settlement amount was not made public, but Tesla denied the plaintiffs' accusations that it sold a defective vehicle.



The lawsuits follow a similar class action in federal court that was settled, with Google agreeing to delete and/or remediate ...


Technology

The case involves a claim that the platforms processed illegal transactions for unlawful gambling, which falls outside of Sect...



Family law attorneys believe Jolie’s motion has a chance of being granted, at least in part.


Civil Litigation

The suit claimed that the Tom and Erika Girardi were friends with Lorenzo Robert Savage III, the former chief of the U.S. Secr...



Labor/Employment

The driver, an immigrant from Russia, had a California driver’s license for a month and half before the crash and was distract...


Intellectual Property

Attendees will learn about aspects of being a lead counsel, including how to speak, dress, interact with non-leading counsel, ...



Obituaries

J. Michael Hennigan, 1943-2024

Apr. 9, 2024
By Jack Needham

Complex commerical litigator defended Archdiocese


Data Privacy

Attorneys on both sides of the bar believe recent privacy act rulings in Los Angeles bolster their claims. But the absence of ...



The SEC accused Matthew Panuwat of possessing confidential information about his employer and trading in the securities of Inc...


Criminal

Lawmakers introduce legislation to combat retail theft

Apr. 8, 2024
By Malcolm Maclachlan

Several new anti-theft bills are already print, thanks to amendments added during the past week.