SACRAMENTO – A company involved with a copyright dispute case involving Yosemite National Park welcomes a potential new law designed to prevent the dispute, but is still more focused on the process of its case.
MIAMI – It's been a volatile year for the United States stock market, falling below 16,000 in February before rebounding to more than 18,000 in April. For business professionals such as lawyers who have a lot invested, there's the temptation to pull their money out; however, that may not be the best idea.
LOS ANGELES – California’s 2nd District Court of Appeal recently ruled that "the law is the law" when it comes to teacher tenure in the state, but this has some concerned about what the protections of that tenure means for students.
SACRAMENTO – When Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 269 into law, it was a big step toward making sure California businesses are making their facilities accessible to the disabled; however, to some this is only a beginning.
SACRAMENTO – After a nearly 40-year career in California law and politics mainly fighting against personal injury lawsuit fraud, and a peaceful retirement, former Civil Justice Association of California president John Sullivan has died at 73.
SACRAMENTO - At a panel on Affirmative Action held in February at the University of California Berkeley School of Law, three of the four panelists held generally the same positive opinion of the policy, but the fourth stood out for his differing view.