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A Q&A with Orrick partner Christina Von der Ahe who is heading up the effort challenging the California ballot initiative aimed at speeding up the state's death penalty appeals process, which narrowly passed last fall.
Where marijuana and the law intersect, you're likely to find Khurshid Khoja. We recently caught up with the founder of Greenbridge Corporate Counsel to talk about what's on his plate in these ever-changing regulatory times.
Op-Ed Response: In ‘the Most Important Lawsuit on the Planet,’ Who Exactly Should the Ninth Circuit Rein In?
Thus far, the Juliana plaintiffs have survived the government's motions to dismiss and interlocutory appeal. At this point, the plaintiffs and the federal District Court judge, Ann Aiken in Oregon, stand ready to move the case to a prompt trial. The Department of Justice, on the other hand, has filed a mandamus petition, asking the Ninth Circuit to step in and short circuit ordinary procedures of discovery, trial and appeal.
Recognizing that the consideration of criminal history in employment decisions is a frequently misunderstood and rapidly evolving area of law, the California Fair Employment and Housing Council (FEHC) issued new regulations, which are effective on July 1. The regulations largely mirror the guidance set forth by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in its April 2012 "Enforcement Guidance on the Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964."