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Contractual attorney fees fundamentals

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Criminal competency in California courts

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SCOTUS slaps down CASC on Specific PJx; Qualified Immunity up for Review?

By Hadar Aviram, Catherine L. Fisk, Jeremy B. Rosen


An insurer's liability for failure to settle

By Kirk A. Pasich

self-study/Constitutional Law

Batson is back

By Laura Kelly, Mai Linh Spencer

self-study/Constitutional Law

Courts diverge on commercial speech

By Richard A. Samp

self-study/Estate Planning

Accessing the Black Box

self-study/Internet Law

Maintain immunity under the Communications Decency Act

By Samantha Beatty, Matthew Lubniewski

self-study/Civil Practice

Character evidence in civil cases

By Elia V. Pirozzi


Maintain professionalism in depositions

By J. Randolph Evans, Shari Klevens


Non-Compete Agreements

self-study/Internet Law

When memes make you (or Jordan) cry

By Sam Iverson, Tim Rawson

participatory/Appellate Practice

What's in a Week? SCoCA Decides Day-of-Rest Question

self-study/Law Practice Management

Don't let conflicts of interest get you down

By J. Randolph Evans, Shari Klevens


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