A federal appeals court let stand an August ruling that upheld California’s first-in-the-nation ban on gay conversion therapy for youths, despite the objections of three
A federal appeals court held for the first time bloggers get the same first amendment protection as institutional media, for the purpose of libel law.
“Gangland” documentary filmmakers failed to win dismissal of a lawsuit against them Monday for disclosure of a police informant’s identity after the producers allegedly promised
In a significant victory for journalists and public records access, a state appeals court has ruled a small-town California newspaper does not have to pay
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
A high school history teacher is immune from a 15-year-old former student’s lawsuit accusing the instructor of making derogatory remarks about Christianity in violation of