By virtue of legislative inaction, on June 30, 2012, Governor Brown's Reorganization Plan 2 (GRP 2) has been approved.
On July 1, 2012, pursuant to Senate Bill No. 189 (“SB 189”), all of California’s laws regarding mechanics’ liens, stop notices and payment bonds were revised, renumbered, supplemented and/or replaced.
The long-awaited Supreme Court decision brings clarity to the future of health care reform and the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
The band Beach House is considering legal action against Volkswagen after the car maker repeatedly sought permission to use one of its songs in an ad and then, after the band refused, reportedly commissioned a “soundalike” song for the commercial.
Legislators and regulators are expressing concern following a report that Facebook is considering options that would allow children under the age of 13 to use the social media site.
Rumored to have known each other intimately in life, Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe have now symbolically met in death in the courtroom.
In a decision filed on June 15, 2012, the Fourth Appellate Court of Appeal determined that an affordable housing project in San Bernardino was subject to the requirement for the payment of prevailing wages under Labor Code Section 1720 notwithstanding the fact that the individual sources ...
Companies in the health and nutrition industry are increasingly using social media platforms to engage consumers and promote brand loyalty.
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP is pleased to announce that the firm’s Advertising, Marketing & Media Practice Group has been recognized for excellence in the newly published Chambers USA 2012, achieving national rankings for advertising litigation, transactional and regulatory ...
Under California law, a dissatisfied litigant may appeal a decision only after the trial court has issued its final judgment.