LOS ANGELES — A passenger in a motor vehicle has filed suit against the federal government for alleged negligence after he claims he was injured in a vehicular accident involved a postal mail truck that purportedly ran a red light.
LOS ANGELES — A former passenger with liver cancer has filed suit against a cruise ship and its medical staff for alleged negligence after he claims he impaled his foot on an object in the ship's pool and a piece of the object was left in his foot after it was sutured on board.
BERKELEY – After a long, arduous journey, Berkeley Law Professor Amanda Tyler is set to release her new book, "Habeas Corpus Goes to War: Tracing the Story of the United States Constitution’s Habeas Privilege from the Tower of London to Guantánamo Bay.”
SACRAMENTO – Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 814 into law to crack down on excessive water use during droughts. The law, effective Jan. 1, 2017, penalizes the state's biggest water wasters and could result in public disclosure of their names.
SACRAMENTO – Northern California lawyer James Dufour will be a keynote speaker at the 2016 Sacramento Safety and Health Summit on Oct. 4, discussing his latest case and new regulatory laws in California.