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Move to disqualify counsel in connection with error illustrates conflict of interest standard

An incident involving unrelated court cases in Florida and California illustrates how an inadvertent error could have been a close call regarding conflict of interest.

UC schools will not assist federal agents in immigrant actions against students

In the wake of the election, the University of California has decided to reaffirm that it will focus only on educating its students – not questioning the immigration status of those students.

California Supreme Court ruling sets new precedent for parking tickets

LOS ANGELES -- A new ruling by the California Supreme Court has brought a hard-won victory to the people of Los Angeles.      

First Amendment Coalition hires new executive director

SAN RAFAEL -- The First Amendment Coalition (FAC), a non-profit organization based in San Rafael, will be bringing on board a new executive director in 2017.