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Mooting mootness

May 1, 2018
By Benjamin G. Shatz

You guessed it: There are exceptions to the familiar justiciability doctrine of mootness.

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Mooting mootness

May 1, 2018
By Benjamin G. Shatz

You guessed it: There are exceptions to the familiar justiciability doctrine of mootness.


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Navigating Appeals

Apr. 16, 2018
By Gary A. Watt

Set sail on a voyage through the California Rules of Court for civil appeals. The booty: MCLE credit.

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When the 9th Circuit turns to the California Supreme Court

Aug. 25, 2017
By Peder K. Batalden, Felix Shafir

Recent cases suggests that the 9th Circuit might be applying a less stringent standard for when it feels obliged to certify a question about California law to the state high court


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New Year's resolution: filing appeals on time

Jan. 27, 2017
By Gary A. Watt

The starting point is Rule 8.104 of the California Rules of Court. Unless a statute or another rule says otherwise, it provides appellants with all-important deadlines for filing a notice of appeal.

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The Fed/State Difference

Nov. 3, 2014

A helpful comparison of appellate procedures in state and federal courts.