Thanks to a ruling by the California Second District Court of Appeal, present and retired California judges could receive more than $36 million in back pay.
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A female truck driver who accused CRST International of retaliation and a coworker of sexual harassment won an appeal last month after a ruling by the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.
The Levin Center at Stanford Law School (SLS) recently received an unexpected anniversary gift when it received an anonymous estate donation of $7.4 million as the center was celebrating its 10th anniversary.
The magazine U.S. News and World Report has been ranking law schools for 23 years. And in those 23 years, there is only one law school that has reigned supreme: Yale Law School.
SAN FRANCISCO — The California Supreme Court recently was asked to clarify certain provisions of the state’s Probate Code.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Stan Berliner, one of the founders of Berliner Cohen LLP in San Jose, was honored March 9 with Stan Berliner Day with his retirement after 50 years at the firm.
HUNTINGDON BEACH, Calif. — The California Supreme Court in a March 6 filing ruled in favor of a school district in a case involving a high-school football player injured during a game.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. — An appeals court recently ruled to uphold the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board findings in a case of continuous trauma.
SAN FRANCISCO — The California Supreme Court recently announced the creation of a International Commercial Arbitration Working Group.
SAN FRANCISCO — A chain of sleep clinics agreed to pay $2.6 million to settle the U.S. government’s accusation that it made false Medicare claims over a 15-year period.
SAN FRANCISCO — On the day before Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal concerning jurisdiction involving Bristol Myers Squibb and its blood-thinning medication Plavix.
Add Teaser hereSAN FRANCISCO – Five attorneys from the Robbins Geller firm were recognized by Super Lawyers, an affiliate of Thomson Reuters.
SAN FRANCISCO – Kathryn Richter recently was hired as a partner at the Sedgwick LLP firm in San Francisco.
IRVINE – The Stanford University case where a young woman claimed she was raped by Brock Turner, an Olympic hopeful, sent shockwaves through the nation.