A California civil rights class action by immigrants has challenged the federal policy of detaining certain aliens without giving them an opportunity to prove they
CBS Broadcasting may be protected from an age discrimination suit in its hiring practices for TV anchors by the state law designed to protect free
Telecommunications companies can be required to submit for voter approval plans to hoist cellphone antennae on city-owned property, in an appellate victory for the city
Wells Fargo shareholders lost their bid to hold the bank’s top executives responsible for alleged lying about the quality of high-risk home mortgages to federal
A federal judge said he was “extremely troubled” that a China law scholar copied from Wikipedia much of his report in support of the U.S.
There may be a slim majority on the 11-judge, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel willing to narrow California’s sweeping arrestee DNA collection law,