SACRAMENTO – The Civil Justice Association of California (CJAC) recently released its 2015 list of political contributions and expenditures from personal injury attorneys and other plaintiffs’ lawyers.
SAN FRANCISCO — For retail workers and bank tellers looking for a chance to get off their feet during their shift, the California Supreme Court released an opinion hinting that employers in the state may be obligated to provide a chair.
So far, nearly 30 individual lawsuits over the drug’s alleged melanoma risks have been transferred to the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, and many more are expected to be filed there.
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.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The cost to obtain a home loan may go up due to a recent California Supreme Court decision that paves the way for homeowners in default to challenge the validity of their foreclosure, according to a financial industry attorney specializing in lending disputes and real estate.