Pharmaceutical giant Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. sued competitor Genentech preemptively to “lift the cloud” of potential patent infringement over its treatments for cancer and autoimmune diseases.
The state has denounced an order from a court-appointed monitor to transfer thousands of inmates from two Central Valley prisons because of the risk of
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera has sued Monster Beverage Corp. for marketing high-caffeine drinks to children as young as six-years-old, in alleged violation of
California cities may ban medical marijuana dispensaries within city limits, the state Supreme Court ruled Monday. The ruling is significant for the nearly 200 cities
Costa Mesa’s ordinance banning disruptive or insolent behavior during city council meetings has been struck down because the law failed to limit it to actual
Gov. Jerry Brown wants the three-judge panel overseeing California’s crowded prisons to know how hard the state has worked to reduce the prison population,