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Lead Court of Appeal pension case now set for argument

Two weeks ago, we updated the status of a Supreme Court grant-and-hold case (<i>Marin Association of Public Employees v. Marin County Employees’</i> …

Alameda

California Supreme Court Revives FilmOn's Defamation Case Against DoubleVerify | The Recorder

SAN FRANCISCO – Online TV streaming service FilmOn will get a chance to argue to the California Supreme Court that it has a legitimate defamation …

California Court To Decide If FilmOn Can Sue DoubleVerify Over Reports

California's highest court could soon decide whether the monitoring company DoubleVerify must face a lawsuit for allegedly defaming streaming video …

Advertising Industry

What Areas Of Law Does The Government Appeal In Civil Cases (Part 4)? (California Supreme Court Review) - Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration - United States

More Popular Related Articles on <b>Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration</b> from <b>USA</b><p>Carlton Fields<p>Any monetary relief will be paid to the plan, and then the …

What Will Become of California's Progressivism If the Court Sides with Janus?

(AP Photo/Reed Saxon)A man hands out signs at a rally in support of Prop 30 at Los Angeles City College on October 11, 2012.<b>Capital & Main</b> is an …

Employment

California Supreme Court Finds that Landowner has no Duty to Assist Visitors to Safely Cross a Public Street

Woodland Hills car accident lawyer Barry P. Goldberg closely monitors the California Court of Appeal and Supreme Court decisions on all aspects of …

Owe

CA Supreme Court Limits Duty Owed to Visitors Using Offsite Parking Lots

Businesses and other property owners owe a duty of care to individuals they invite onto their premises. If someone gets hurt on property that you own …

Privacy

Breaking: The California Supreme Court Won’t Decide on Oldies Copyrights Until 2018

Should copyrights extend to pre-1972 recordings? The California Supreme Court won’t decide on this critical oldies copyright issue until next year. …

DRM

How Were the Court’s Criminal Cases Distributed at the Court of Appeal (Part 4)?

Home > Data Analytics > How Were the Court’s Criminal Cases Distributed at the Court of Appeal (Part 4)?<p>Yesterday, we discussed which Districts and …

California Supreme Court won’t hear case of man convicted of murdering his wife, ailing sister

LOS ANGELES >> The California Supreme Court refused Wednesday to review the case of a Vietnam War veteran who was convicted of shooting his 68- …

FindLaw's Supreme Court of California case and opinions.

Supreme Court of California.<p>The PEOPLE, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Marcus Dorwin ADAMS, Defendant and Appellant.<p>No. S118045.<p>Decided: October 30, …

How Were the Court’s Criminal Cases Distributed at the Court of Appeal (Part 1)?

Home > Data Analytics > How Were the Court’s Criminal Cases Distributed at the Court of Appeal (Part 1)?<p>For the last couple of weeks, we’ve been …

How Were the Court’s Cases Distributed at the Court of Appeals (Part 2)?

Home > Data Analytics > How Were the Court’s Cases Distributed at the Court of Appeals (Part 2)?<p>Yesterday, we began our review of the distribution of …

“California Supreme Court issues first State Bar antitrust policy”

The Daily Journal today reports [subscription] on the administrative order the Supreme Court issued on Tuesday that states — and requires the State …

Antitrust Laws

California Supreme Court: Access To License Plate Data May Be Possible

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — It would violate people’s privacy to publicly release raw data collected by automated license plate readers that police use to …

California Supreme Court Reverses Protections for Elephants Confined at Los Angeles Zoo | Animal Legal Defense Fund

<b>Posted by Nicole Pallotta, Academic Outreach Manager on September 8, 2017</b><p>“All is not well at the Elephants of Asia exhibit at the Los Angeles Zoo. …

Elephants

California Appellate Court Determines Life Insurance Policy Purchased with Joint Funds Is Community Property

Earlier this month, the Supreme Court of California issued a written opinion in a California property division case that required the court to …

Retirement

How Often Do Governmental Entities Win in Civil Cases?

Home > Data Analytics > How Often Do Governmental Entities Win in Civil Cases?<p>Last week, we began our review of the Court’s experience with …

How Common Are Governmental Parties in the Court’s Civil Docket?

Home > Data Analytics > How Common Are Governmental Parties in the Court’s Civil Docket?<p>For the past several weeks, we’ve looked at the Court’s …

California Supreme Court Fall 2017 Round-Up

September 28, 2017<p>Spearheaded by Daniel M. Kolkey, a former Associate Justice on the California Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District, and former …

California

California Court: Some of Employee’s Claims Must Go to Arbitration

Employers often have applicants or newly hired employees sign arbitration agreements. However, the California Supreme Court has held that an …

The Workplace

California Supreme Court Affirms California Fair Plan Ass’n v. Garnes, and Preserves Homeowners’ Interests - Advise & Consult, Inc.

Stephanie Poll | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog | August 17, 2017<p>The California Department of Insurance recently issued a press release …

Health Care

Measuring Influence in Death Penalty Cases – Which Justices Were Most Often in the Majority (Part 2)?

Home > Data Analytics > Measuring Influence in Death Penalty Cases – Which Justices Were Most Often in the Majority (Part 2)?<p>Yesterday, we began our …

Measuring Influence in Death Penalty Cases – Which Justices Were Most Often in the Majority (Part 1)?

Home > Data Analytics > Measuring Influence in Death Penalty Cases – Which Justices Were Most Often in the Majority (Part 1)?<p>Earlier this week, we …

🚩California Supreme Court Reverses Protections for Elephants…

<b>🚩California Supreme Court Reverses Protections for Elephants Confined at Los Angeles Zoo:</b><p>By Nicole Pallotta | September 8, 2017<p><b>“All is not well at the Elephants of Asia exhibit at the Los Angeles Zoo. Contrary to what the zoo’s representatives may have told the Los Angeles City Council in order to get construction of the $42 million exhibit approved and funded, the elephants are not healthy, happy, and thriving.”– Los Angeles Superior Court Judge John Segal</b><p><b>The above is an excerpt from an</b> …