Daralyn Durie explains how the IP litigation boutique competes for big clients and cases.
She's savoring a pro bono victory, watching the U.S. Supreme Court and ready to take on Volkswagen.
The California law limiting alcohol ads needs a sober look in the 21st century, wrote Judge Consuelo Callahan.
Shannon Liss-Riordan's latest lawsuit seeks employee status for drivers excluded from her massive class action.
The popular monitors don't accurately measure users' heart rates, according to a proposed class action filed Tuesday.
William Orrick III faulted a Texas lawyer for incompetence and using her paralegal to initiate a suit against Apple.
A majority led by Justice Kathryn Werdegar would allow a ballot initiative to measure voter sentiment on the controversial campaign finance decision.
An African-American employee of the S.F. District Attorney's Office claims she was retaliated against after complaining and was told one "highly offensive" comment doesn't make an abusive working environment.
U.S. District Judge Beth Labson Freeman has a 10-page limit—and she's not afraid to enforce it. P.S.: She also has strong feelings on footnotes.
Edmund Clarke Jr. of Los Angeles County accused one of lying about her English skills and told another to "act like an adult," according the Commission on Judicial Performance.