I recently moderated a panel for the California Copyright Conference entitled “Streaming for Dollars,” that addressed the music industry’s current evolution from an “ownership” model to an “access” model.

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.