Five lawyers discuss the most rewarding aspects of their work.
Five legal vets offer practical wisdom to young lawyers.
Once a firm has begun taming its accumulated data, the next challenge is where and how to store it.
Legal Moments at the Movie House
Two panels have limited how much trial courts may consider the merits of a claim at the class certification stage.
A lawyer looks back at his grandfather's career as a judge in 1930s Germany and reminds us why an independent judiciary is so important.
A new general counsel finds her work rewarding -- even though the hours are just as long as they were at a law firm.
Online posts from anonymous sources add a layer of complexity to addressing defamation.
A law firm that represents itself cannot recover attorneys fees from former clients unless the underlying retainer agreement contains the proper language.
Medicare set-asides are a complex subject that personal injury litigators need to understand.
A conversation with Kenneth R. Feinberg, the lawyer who presided over the distribution of billions of dollars to those who suffered grevious injuries and losses during the 9/11 attack.
A lawyer teaches students abroad about victims' rights in the United States.
California's victim-restitution law is a powerful tool for people who have been injured by criminal conduct.
California is one of several states that has expanded its solicitor general offices recently.
The 13th annual "Law Suits" clothing drive is in July.
Disclosure rules meant to clear the air around Prop. 65 promise to stir up industry.
A look at the spending in a ballot measure battle.
How to give proper thank yous for referrals.
The creature formerly known as brontosaurus looms over a section of the L.A. County Bar.