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$10 Million Jury Verdict Restores Stolen Company and Alter Ego Spinoffs to Their True Owner

A Party That Wins A Battlde Will Not Be Entitled To Recover Its Attorneys' Fees When The War Remains To Be Fought

Attention Estate Planners: QPRTs May be Deemed Revocable!

Bank Orderd To Pay Homeowners' Attorney Fees For Improper "Dual-tracking"

Black-and-white Statue Of Limitation For Attorney Malpractice Actions Gets A Fresh Coat Of Gray

Brokers: Get Your Commission Agreements In Writing!

California Supreme Court: Public Records Act Covers Public Officials' & Employees' Private Devices

Can A Trial Court Reduce Attorneys' Fees In A Settlement?

Checkmating A Checkers Opponent With CCP § 998 Offers

Collecting Against Spendthrifts In Bankruptcy, Judgement Collection

Does The Judiciary Understand Judicial Admissions?

Employer Underpays Departing Employee $300, Gets Stuck With $30,000 For Employee's Legal Fees

Employers Can Protect Their Workforce Without Engaging In Unlawful Restraint Of Trade

Finding Justice In The Grinding Gears Of Litigation

If a Choice-law Clause Matters, So Does The Forum

Irrevocable Trusts: Not Foolprrof Asset Protection Devices

Litigation-funding Industry Continues To Grow

Of Good Fences, Bad Neighbors And Recovering Legal Costs

Patio Furniture Does Not Establish An Equitable Easement

Pokemon Maker Seeks Dismissal Of Nuisance & Disgorgement Suit

SLAPP News california Supreme Court reiterates, again, that wrongdoing is not "speech" just because someone talked about it.

You May Be Able to Limit "Consequential Damages" in Your Contracts