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Supreme Court affirms broad reach of insider-trading laws

The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the broad reach of insider-trading laws, affirming the conviction of a Chicago man who got secret stock tips from his brother-in-law in California. In an unanimous opinion, the justices said that knowingly trading on confidential stock information is a crime,...

In California, Planned Parenthood Girds For Potentially Grim Future Under Trump

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President-elect Donald Trump has pledged to defund Planned Parenthood, to appoint conservative Supreme Court justices who could overturn Roe v. Wade and to prohibit late-term abortions. He has also vo...

Gold Dredgers Push Fishy 1872 General Mining Law To U.S. Supreme Court

After having their reputation dragged through the mud in three states, gold miners in California using a technique that involves dredging are taking their case about the 1872 General Mining Law to the U.S. Supreme Court. Sacramento Bee reports on December 1 that after several years of being stalled, a gold prospector in California is... Show More Summary

Companies can be held liable when workers bring home asbestos dust that sickens others, court rules

Companies may be held liable if asbestos from a job site causes someone in a worker’s home to become sick, the California Supreme Court decided unanimously Thursday. The state high court ruling allows lawsuits to go forward on behalf of people allegedly diseased by asbestos fibers brought into...

Companies can be held liable when workers bring home asbestos dust that sickens others, court rules

Companies may be held liable if asbestos from a job site causes someone in a worker’s home to become sick, the California Supreme Court decided unanimously Thursday. The state high court ruling allows lawsuits to go forward on behalf of people allegedly diseased by asbestos fibers brought into...

L.A. County woman convicted of killing her husband for insurance money loses appeal

A woman convicted 24 years ago of killing her husband for money will remain on death row under a ruling Thursday by the California Supreme Court. The state high court unanimously upheld the conviction and death sentence of Catherine Thompson, convicted in 1992 of hiring someone to kill her husband...

California Supreme Court Extends Reach of Realtors' Fiduciary Duties

Real estate agents can represent both the seller and buyer of a property in California, despite the potential conflicts of interest, so long as the parties consent and it is disclosed that the agent owes a fiduciary to both. But do the same dual fiduciary duties arise when two......

For the Record

Real estate ruling: In the Nov. 22 Section A, headlines on an article about a California Supreme Court ruling regarding real estate transactions said that the decision affected Realtors. A Realtor is a real estate agent who is a member of the National Assn. of Realtors. The decision is not limited...

California's top court will review major public pension ruling

The California Supreme Court decided Tuesday to review a ruling that would give state and local governments new authority to cut public employee pensions. The court, meeting in closed session, unanimously accepted labor unions’ appeal of a decision that said government pensions were not “immutable”...

California Supreme Court rules on dual agency case

The California Supreme Court has upheld an appeals court decision finding that a listing agent that participated in the 2007 sale of a Los Angeles home for $12.25 million owed fiduciary duties to the buyer because both buyer and seller were represented by the same brokerage...

Home buyers' and sellers' interests must be protected when the same firm represents both, state Supreme Court rules

In a decision that could shake up the practices of California’s real estate industry, the California Supreme Court on Monday sided with a home buyer who sued a seller’s agent, alleging he was misled about the size of the house he purchased. If two agents work for the same real estate company —...

Wednesday night's uncounted ballot total in California dips below 3.5 million

Essential Politics: A new fight is brewing over public employee pension costs, Feinstein preps for Supreme Court showdown Nov. 16, 2016, 5:12 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now:California's biggest pension...

Rep. Darrell Issa in fundraising appeal: 'Liberals are trying to steal the election' with 'illegal, unregistered voters'

Essential Politics: A new fight is brewing over public employee pension costs, Feinstein preps for Supreme Court showdown Nov. 16, 2016, 3:22 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now:California's biggest pension...

Sen. Connie Levya intends to file legislation to keep sex offenders from entering California schools

Essential Politics: A new fight is brewing over public employee pension costs, Feinstein preps for Supreme Court showdown Nov. 16, 2016, 3:22 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now:California's biggest pension...

Nancy Pelosi won't be retiring any time soon

Essential Politics: A new fight is brewing over public employee pension costs, Feinstein preps for Supreme Court showdown Nov. 16, 2016, 1:25 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now:California's biggest pension...

Trump's victory assures a conservative majority on the Supreme Court

Live updates from the day after the 2016 election Nov. 9, 2016, 10:18 a.m. It's over, and Donald Trump won. But it's also just beginning. Here's what we're watching: Multiple California and L.A. races and ballot propositions haven't been called yet. See our maps. How Trump won. It's now legal in...

At Least California Will Have Weed

Could Donald Trump become the 45th president of the United States of America, presiding over a Republican congress with at least one open Supreme Court seat? Sure looks like a real possibility. Read more...

Fabulous kitsch reigns supreme at this Hollywood luau tiki wedding

Keely and Gunnar’s Hollywood luau tiki wedding killed it with style and awesome kitsch. They had already eloped in New Zealand, then returned to California for a tiki-tastic Polynesian-themed reception. The Hollywood sign was featured,...Show More Summary

Proposition 59: The People of California vs. The Roberts Court On Citizens United

Next month on Election Day, California voters will decide whether to direct elected state officials to use their authority to help overturn the 2010 Citizens United decision by the U.S. Supreme Court. In a reversal of its previous ruling...Show More Summary

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