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Lawyers continue case for deceased client in Burlingame tenancy dispute

SAN MATEO – Attorneys for a 97-year-old tenant who was evicted from her home of 66 years are continuing legal proceedings despite the death of their client.

Former U.S. Attorney Carter Stewart joins leading venture philanthropy firm

MENLO PARK – The Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation welcomed former U.S. Attorney Carter Stewart to its team of five managing directors on April 4.

New associate at law firm brings lessons learned in the National Guard

STOCKTON – Blaine Cox is leveraging his legal expertise and the skills he’s learned in the Army National Guard to support clients as the newest associate at Herum Crabtree Suntag in Stockton. 

Court-ordered release of student information causes concern in California school districts

SACRAMENTO –Some California parents are outraged at a judge’s order to release information about schoolchildren to two non-profit organizations comprising parents of students with special needs.

Independent Medical Review is costly and unnecessary, experts say

SAN FRANCISCO – Workers' compensation experts say the Independent Medical Review procedure recently deemed constitutional by a California Court of Appeal harms both workers and employers.

Apple to pay back $450 million after Supreme Court refuses to hear appeal in antitrust case

CUPERTINO – The U.S. Supreme Court recently refused to hear challenges to an antitrust case that will force Apple Inc. to pay $450 million after a lower court found that the company contributed to a scheme to fix prices for electronic books.