SACRAMENTO — With the California legislative session in full swing, California Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse has found a series of bills it is supporting and opposing in order to prevent courts from being clogged and to protect small business owners.
STANFORD, Calif. — Five Stanford professors have urged the university to reinstate an outside attorney who was dismissed for comments she made against the school’s handling of sexual-assault complaints.
SACRAMENTO — The Eastern District of California collected
$49 million in criminal and civil enforcement actions and, with the
help of the Department of Justice (DOJ) and other offices, an additional $3
billion in fiscal year 2016.
SAN FRANCISCO -- California's franchise tax board (FTB) has announced actions it will take in cases that were being held up pending a decision in the Gillette Company & Subs v. California Franchise Tax Board case.
SAN FRANCISCO - Google celebrated another victory against Oracle America last month when the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California denied Oracle's request for a new trial in the ongoing battle over Google's use of Oracle's Java application programming interfaces (APIs).
FRESNO – The 5th District Court of Appeals in Fresno ruled last month in favor of the city of Tehachapi for the proposed building of a Walmart. The appeal came after the city addressed several environmental concerns about the project.