Research shows that how you speak can be more important than what you say.
Owning real property is one thing. Taking care of it is another.
A recent decision from the California Supreme Court touches deep into the heart of every lawyer’s practice.
Forensic accountants are key to discovering an employee’s theft of company funds.
An effective settlement depends upon closure, and to fully conclude a matter, counsel need to be aware of the tax implications of their agreement.
By mediating early, parties can avoid a lot of the heartburn, not to mention the expense, of disruptive litigation.
There are key concepts, but no bright line rules on software patents. The best approach is to follow the common law, comparing and contrasting prior patent cases.
The music industry landed on Chance when it entered into consent decrees long ago.
Tips to help minimize wage and hour liability in personal assistant contracts.
Recreational marijuana use may now be legal in California, but it’s still a federal crime and, for the state’s lawyers, there are serious ethical issues lurking in the legal fog that surrounds this new development.