In the world of trust and estate litigation, claims of undue influence are nothing new. These suits usually concern a caregiver, mistress, or other interloper coercing an unfair share of an inheritance from the deceased.

Kelley v. California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board (Feb. 10, 2014, B244098) __ Cal.App.4th __, 2014 Cal. App. LEXIS 128, is a good example of what an employer should do – or rather, shouldn't do...

In a case decided on July 23, 2013, the court of appeal held that a lender cannot pursue a borrower for a deficiency judgment after a short sale.

As of July 1,2013, all commercial leases must include a provision indicating whether the leased premises have been inspected by a certified accessibility specialist...

In previous blogs we've reported on what makes a boilerplate agreement unenforceable.

This question was answered in a recent case decided by the court of appeals.