SANTA ANA – A court has upheld an order of the Superior Court of Orange County in a whistleblower case regarding alleged Medicare fraud.
California Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals News
California's 4th District Court of Appeals affirmed, reversed and remanded a religious discrimination appeal.
SAN JOSE – The California Court of Appeals, in a Feb. 16 ruling, held that a promissory note did not qualify as a security under two legal tests. However, Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP partner Keith Paul Bishop said the ruling in People v. Black “is limited to the particular facts presented.”
LOS ANGELES -- A new ruling by the California Supreme Court has brought a hard-won victory to the people of Los Angeles.
SAN DIEGO -- The California Court of Appeals recently ruled that an insurance carrier could move forward with an equitable subrogation claim against a primary carrier without a judgment after a film industry worker was injured on a movie set.
SAN FRANCISCO -- A recent California Supreme Court court ruling has broken new ground when it comes to the interpretation of the statute of limitations regarding medical negligence lawsuits.
California Code of Civil Procedures section 170.6 provides an opportunity for a litigant, either defendant or plaintiff, to remove a judge from a case with no proof of bias and prejudice.