The Second District Court of Appeal rendered a potentially significant decision impacting private projects that obtain public funding for public infrastructure associated with the private project.
Yesterday the Third District California Court of Appeal created important new precedent on a controversial issue, finding that where an employee used her employer’s computer to send e-mails to her attorney about a potential lawsuit against her employer, the attorney-client privilege did not ...
Governor Brown’s initial budget proposal includes the elimination of redevelopment agencies so that current uncommitted agency funds and future property tax increment revenues may be diverted from redevelopment to other uses.
As social media marketers navigate uncharted legal territory and regulators scrutinize advertising more closely than ever, it is imperative that general counsels and senior legal executives keep current on the latest issues and enforcement trends.
Medicaid provides health insurance coverage for 4.8 million New Yorkers, more than 25 percent of the people residing in the state.
The Food and Drug Law Institute brings the Dietary Supplements 2011 conference to Washington, D.C., on January 27, 2011, as part of its annual “Food Week.”
A new law took effect in California governing automatic renewals that requires companies to make greater disclosures and obtain affirmative consent from consumers prior to their being charged.
On December 1, 2010, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC” or “Commission”) released a preliminary staff report (the “Report”) setting forth a framework for how commercial entities should protect consumer information.
It’s official. Greenhouse gas emissions, currently emitted free of charge in California, will have a price tag on them starting in 2012.