California businesses face revised rules for their automatic renewal practices, especially if they include a “free trial” feature.
Changes to the Labor Code enhance protection for employees who speak out against improprieties.
When a case resolves, attorneys have a decision to make: what to do with the fees owed to them.
California law recognizes some customer lists as trade secrets. But not all of them.
Almost 25 years ago, a key U.S. Supreme Court decision set the standard for the admissibility of expert testimony in federal court. An expert looks back on that venerable precedent.
The California Supreme Court has clarified when an expert can rely on hearsay—and when the expert can tell a jury about it.
The California Environmental Quality Act sometimes conflicts with federal law. And sometimes not.
When business owners plan for the future of their business, they should consider a well-defined stock transfer agreement.