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The Law, Virtually

Santa Clara and Loyola Marymount universities recently announced that their employee health plans will no longer pay for elective abortions. How could state HMO regulators approve such a plan?

Rocket Man
Many online legal services companies are competing for business today -- but Charley Moore wants Rocket Lawyer to be the go-to website for this market.

Rocket Lawyers on Call

Benefiting Employees
New, worker-friendly employment laws emanating from San Francisco have lawyers statewide on alert.

Hindsight - 43 Years Ago
The occupation of Alcatraz leads to the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act.

Confusing Smoking Exemptions Persist
Many California businesses may still legally allow smoking indoors.

Did You Notice?
See if you can tell what's different about your new bar card.


Ruling Your Information
Information governance helps law firms wrangle digital data.

Mergers & Acquisitions

Editor's Note


Expert Advice: Anger: A Frontal Approach
How to stay calm and prevail instead of losing out to anger.

MCLE: Damages after Sargon
The recent Sargon case clarifies the trial judge's gatekeeper role regarding expert testimony.

Discipline Report

In Pro Per: Journey Down the Aisle
The lead plaintiffs in Perry took their fight for marriage equality all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Books: Redeeming the Dream
Frederick Hertz reviews the new book by David Boies and Theodore Olson.

Legally Speaking: Getting Past "No"
A conversation with veteran diplomat Dennis Ross about what it takes to be an effective mediator.

Practical Tips: Moving the Office
A realtor offers advice on whether a law office should relocate or renovate.