Here are a few common mistakes family law practitioners make when pursuing an appeal.
A recent Seventh Circuit ruling gives insight into the scope of equitable powers granted to a bankruptcy court.
Watch out for class claims under California's Invasion of Privacy Act over surreptitious call recording.
A key provision of the Caregiver Statute requires a certificate of independent review if the gift is being made by an elderly person.
New procedures govern the battle over one of California’s most valuable resources.
The Legislature acts to assure the availability of suitable charging stations for electric vehicles.
Recent case law adds complexity to presenting medical bills to a jury, especially where health insurance and the collateral source rule are concerned.
Practical tips on how to approach the mediation process.
A recent decision affects court review of unemployment eligibility determinations.
Client trust accounts require proper oversight and constant vigilance.