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Drug Tests and Damages
Proposition 46, which would raise a four-decade-old cap on noneconomic medical malpractice damages, followed a rocky path to the ballot.

Yours, Mine, and Ours
Who owns the moon, and what can they do with it?

Space Cowboys
To break its reliance on foreign rocketry for shuttling cargo and astronauts to the International Space Station, NASA has opened its doors to private enterprise. Now commercial launch companies are vying for NASA contracts, and planning mining operations on asteroids and the moon.

Interior Views
An architecture writer takes a look at innovative office design at three law firms in Southern California.

Embedding with Entrepreneurs
Sheppard Mullin embeds itself in Silicon Beach.

CALIFORNIA 50 Firms in Detail
California Lawyer's annual survey revealed important snapshots of firms operate in California.


Marketing for Small Firms
Our primer can help small firms and sole practitioners start marketing themselves online.

Tools for Promoting Your Practice

Editor's Note

Expert Advice: Client Trust Accounts
Every lawyer should understand the obligation and best practices for maintaining a client trust account.

MCLE: Loco Parentis Leaves College
At California's colleges and universities, the venerable tort doctrine of in loco parentis has died a quiet death.

Discipline Report

In Pro Per: Return to My Roots
An attorney rediscovers her first love, reproductive rights advocacy.

Social Media: Online Terms of Use
Website operators can reduce risk by carefully implementing terms of service.

The Supremes: Big Issues Loom at the U.S. Supreme Court
Cases on the upcoming SCOTUS docket, and those sure to be added, promise another pivotal term.