Can we talk? A federal appeals court says the new owners of the Community Hospital of Huntington Park need to start talking to the California
The severe state budget cutbacks to California courts prompted the Judicial Council Friday to ease the process for county courts to seek emergency funds. Courts
Back in April the 9th Circuit gave employers a remedy under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to address employee theft of data from computers.
We’re a day late on this but it’s worth noting that the Judge William Alsup nixed most of San Francisco’s ordinance that required phone retailers to
A highly unusual conviction for attempted murder through intentionally passing the AIDS infection to others through unprotected sex has been upheld reluctantly by a federal
Former female workers for Wal-Mart Stores Inc. have renewed their claims of sex discrimination in promotion and pay by the world’s largest retailer. The suit