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2-year-old girl abducted by parents at court hearing, LAPD says

Los Angeles police officials Wednesday night were looking for a 2-year-old girl who they say was abducted by her parents during a Superior Court custody hearing.

Apple’s newest legal trouble: A class-action lawsuit over meal breaks

A California judge has granted class action status to an employment-law case against Apple, giving the tech giant just one more thing to worry about. The Hon. Ronald Prager of the San Diego Superior Court yesterday ruled in favor of onetime Apple employees’ request for class action in their lawsuit against the company. That means […]

Get Out and Vote. Barack Says So.

Judgeships are non-partisan races. Because candidates don’t have D or R beside their name, we suppose that it’s only as a public service that President Obama agreed to record this message for Fulton County Superior Court Judge Shelitha Robertson:   Seriously, though, the polls are open now, and will remain open until 7 PM. If […]

L.A.'s Outsourced Parking Ticket Appeal System Smacked Down by Courts

5 days agoNews : Reason

Good news for those wanting to challenge parking tickets out of Los Angeles, via L.A. Weekly: James Chalfant of Los Angeles Superior Court, ruled tentatively hat the city can no longer outsource its appeals review process....That could make it more difficult for the city to reject your objections:... The judge wrote in his tentative ruling that... Show More Summary

DWP nonprofits ordered to recognize Garcetti allies as trustees

A Superior Court judge is ordering two Los Angeles Department of Water and Power nonprofits to recognize trustees allied with Mayor Eric Garcetti, the latest twist in an enduring saga over the details of their spending.

Judge calls into question how L.A. handles parking ticket challenges

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has called into question the way L.A. handles parking tickets, saying city employees should review challenges to tickets instead of outsourcing the task to a private company.

Four named San Diego County judges, including son of slain drug agent

San Diego County Deputy Dist. Atty. Enrique Camarena, whose father was a Drug Enforcement Administration agent who was tortured and murdered in 1985 by a Mexican drug cartel, was appointed Wednesday to the local Superior Court by Gov. Jerry Brown.

Surfrider ‘Finishes Strong’ in Martin’s Beach Access Case

urfrider Foundation delivered powerful closing remarks in the Surfrider Foundation v. Martins Beach I and II LLC case in San Mateo Superior Court today. The crux of the case is to require the property owner, billionaire venture capitalist...Show More Summary

Things You Shouldn’t Say While Running for Office: Lesson #125

Videos. Candidates should hate them. Especially if you’re running for Superior Court Judge in Cobb County and your name is Ann Harris. Apparently she told a crowded Acworth Business Association forum last week that “The effectiveness of the juvenile court system, sadly, can be reflected in a nickname we have for 17 year-old offenders in […]

Twitter Sued for Age Discrimination

A former Twitter employee has filed a lawsuit against the company for age discrimination and wrongful termination. Peter H. Taylor, 57, filed the lawsuit last week in San Francisco Superior Court, according to The Snitch, a San Francisco Weekly blog. Show More Summary

L.A. marijuana farmers market ordered temporarily shut down

A farmers market for medical marijuana users has been temporarily shut down after an L.A. County Superior Court judge agreed to halt operation of the Boyle Heights cannabis marketplace.

Judge denies Hernandez's motion to suppress evidence seized in search

A Bristol Superior Court judge has denied Aaron Hernandez's motion to suppress evidence seized during a search of his home, the Boston Globe reports.

Child-support drama ends in legal win for Peter Orszag

After two years, former Office of Management and Budget director Peter Orszag’s child-support battle with ex-wife Cameron Kennedy ended emphatically Thursday. The D.C. Superior Court flatly rejected Kennedy’s request for child support,...Show More Summary

Despite 2,600% increase in Peter Orszag’s income, the former administration official avoids paying extra child support

After two years, former Office of Management and Budget director Peter Orszag’s child-support battle with ex-wife Cameron Kennedy ended emphatically Thursday. The D.C. Superior Court flatly rejected Kennedy’s request for child support,...Show More Summary

West Covina man sentenced in killing of wife

Tomas Rodriguez Infante, 62, was sentenced July 8 to state prison for the 2013 killing of his wife, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mike Camacho sentenced Infante to 25 years to life in prison for the murder of Charito Vega Tolentino. Show More Summary

ME: Maine Judge Throws Out Stormwater Permit for Proposed Downeaster Train Depot in Brunswick

Opponents of a proposed 60,000-square-foot layover facility for Amtrak Downeaster passenger trains claimed victory on Tuesday after a superior court justice vacated a stormwater management permit for the project because abutters did not receive proper notification.

No Liability for Valet Service for Returning Car to Visibly Intoxicated Patron

2 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Tort Talk

In its recent decision in the case of Moranko v. Downs Racing LP, 2014 Pa.Super. 128 (Pa.Super. June 24, 2014 Panella, J., Mundy, J., and Platt, J.)(Op. by Panella, J.), the Pennsylvania Superior Court held that Pennsylvania law does...Show More Summary

Without Sterlings on hand, testimony opens in probate trial

As testimony finally started Monday afternoon in the probate court trial that could determine the future of the $2-billion sale of the Clippers, Donald and Shelly Sterling weren’t in Los Angeles Superior Court.

Judge rejects Donald Sterling's motion to move probate case

An attempt by attorneys for Donald Sterling to delay the probate action in Los Angeles Superior Court ended Monday afternoon when a federal judge rejected their request to remove the case to federal court.

Dennis Herrera Throws Down: Workers at GMG Janitorial to Get $1.34 Million for “Healthy San Francisco” Violations

TweetThis sounds fair enough: “Cheated janitors to receive $1.34 million in restitution in healthcare benefits settlement – Herrera negotiates agreement ending legal appeal; affirming administrative order and S.F. Superior Court ruling...Show More Summary

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