As minimum wages hikes crop up around the country, and especially in California, an increase in wage theft claims is expected as well.
While alternative dispute resolutions and mediations have been available for decades, the Washington DC Courts have implemented a highly successful program that is now in its fourth year.
The plaintiff’s rights were infringed upon under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (Telephone Consumer Protection Act 47 U.S.C. § 227).
The lack of affordable housing in California, most especially in coastal regions, is now being addressed by the California Supreme Court.
Engendered by a disproportionately high number of veterans returning from service to our country only to wind up in a criminal court, Veterans' Courts have been established around the country.
If you are a Californian tired of dealing with the traffic court, there is good news because the courts are weary of dealing with Californians challenging traffic infractions.
Local rules pertaining to civil litigation changed in California's Central District federal court as of June 1, 2015.
Governor Jerry Brown has delivered some good financial news for California’s court system, most especially local trial courts which have been hit the hardest by the cutback of the past.
According to Bruce Bromley, Professor of Law John Manning ’85, the life of a lawyer can indeed be a happy one so long as they follow eight simple rules.