Constitutional Law

Is a nude violinist akin to a naked bicyclist? Federal civil rights suit says yes, seeks $1M

Criminal Justice

Lawyer waiting in court offers $1K to defendant facing a felony if he didn’t pay restitution


Graffiti suspect may have tagged from Seattle to Southern California, police say

Government Law

Three cities sue Uber, citing noncompliance with state laws and municipal regulations

Trials & Litigation

Woman sues nail salon, says pedicure resulted in leg amputation

Criminal Justice

Voters OK recreational pot in these jurisdictions

Constitutional Law

Man practicing open-carry robbed of his gun by armed stranger

Trials & Litigation

Man convicted in supermarket checkout line dispute files suit against shopper he shot and store


Determining driver impairment with marijuana involves imperfect science, says law enforcement

Labor & Employment

‘Seismic’ 9th Cir. rulings nix FedEx claim its drivers aren’t employees, could cost company millions

Legal Marketing

Brewery sues DUI law firm, says look-alike ‘Sessions Law’ mark confuses ‘Session Lager’ customers

Disability Law

Deaf inmate says prison violated ADA by not providing sign-language interpreters

Criminal Justice

Shooter who killed teen, injured teacher at Oregon school got his weapons at home, police chief says

Trials & Litigation

Recent admittee sues law firm founder, says he sent graphic email, spoke of ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’

Securities Law

Business law firm to pay $8M to settle class action over its work for hedge-fund client

Trials & Litigation

Murder defendant’s claim of ‘secret signal’ launches unusual ethics probe against DA

First Amendment

Federal judge awards $802K in attorney fees and costs in case over jail mail

White-Collar Crime

Federal judge sentences former PI attorney to 63 months for embezzling $1M from clients


Appeals court nixes drowsy-driving conviction, says transcript of police interview was wrong


All seven new partners at well-known West Coast firm are women