Cases Could Open Door To Pension Cuts For California WorkersFor decades in California, a sacrosanct rule has governed public employees' pensions: Benefits promised can never be taken away.
California Supreme Court Exposes Drug Makers to Additional LiabilityCalifornia's high court ruled Thursday that pharmaceutical companies can be held liable for warning labels on generic versions of drugs they once made even after they've stopped manufacturing them.
California Supreme Court: Access To License Plate Data May Be PossibleThe ruling came in a lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union and Electronic Frontier Foundation that sought a week's worth of license plate data.
California Supreme Court Makes It Easier For Some Tax Measures To PassThe California Supreme Court on Monday made it easier for certain new taxes to win approval with voters.
California Supreme Court Ruling Could Fast-Track ExecutionsCalifornia Supreme Court to rule on lawsuit challenging constitutionality of Proposition 66, a push to "mend not end" capital punishment.
California Supreme Court Ruling Bolsters Bullet Train FoesThe high court overturned a lower court ruling and gave renewed hope to those who have used the California Environmental Quality Act to challenge the high-speed rail project.
California Supreme Court Narrows 3-Strikes Ballot MeasureThe California Supreme Court has narrowed the scope of a state ballot measure that allowed some three-strike inmates to get shorter prison terms.
Attorney General, Homeland Security Chief Scold Calif. Chief Justice Over Position On ICE ArrestsIn a letter to the Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has fired back at her criticism of federal immigration agents for making arrests inside California courthouses.
California Chief Justice Wants To End Immigration Arrests in CourtsThe chief justice of the California Supreme Court has asked federal agents to stop making immigration arrests in courthouses to protect residents' access to justice.
Court: California Officials' Emails On Private Accounts Are Public RecordsThe California Supreme Court says the public has the right to access emails and text messages about government business sent on California officials' private accounts.
Death Sentence In Oakland Murder UpheldThe California Supreme Court has unanimously upheld the death sentence of a man who murdered a 20-year-old woman in her Oakland apartment in 1996.
California Supreme Court Halts Death Penalty Appeals MeasureThe California Supreme Court has halted implementation of a voter-approved measure intended to speed up the appeals process for Death Row inmates.
State Bar Considers Ban On Sex Between Lawyers And ClientsSome lawyers are unhappy about a proposal for a state law that would open them up to discipline for having sex with clients.
Yelp Warns California Lawsuit Could Force Removal Of Critical ReviewsYelp.com is warning that a California lawsuit targeting critical posts about a law firm could lead to the removal of negative reviews.
California Supreme Court Upholds Teacher Tenure LawIn a victory for teacher unions, the California Supreme Court has decided to let the state's teacher tenure law stand.