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Lawmakers creating due process concerns, group claims

SACRAMENTO - The leader of a California legal reform group sees “situational due process” as a growing concern in Sacramento.

California Supreme Court decision on statute of limitations could alter certainty in courts, experts say

SACRAMENTO - How the California Supreme Court decides a narrow case involving the statute of limitations for prenatal exposure to toxic substances could lead to uncertainty in the state’s litigation system, legal and business experts say.

PCB public nuisance litigation could be creating costly future liability for local government, officials say

SAN DIEGO - In the latest wave of public nuisance cases to hit California, cities blaming Monsanto for contaminating local waterways could also be exposing themselves to future liability and economic harm, say former public officials who oppose this type of litigation.