(Subscription required) The state Supreme Court will review whether the makers of brand-name pharmaceuticals can be sued for failing to warn of a drug's defects when it was a generic version of a brand-name drug that allegedly caused injury.
(Subscription required) In a long-running debate on when employers must provide seating for on-duty workers, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals cleared the path to class certification in three separate right-to-sit suits this week.
(Subscription required) The state Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a disgruntled policyholder can return to a lower court and seek tens of thousands of dollars more in punitive damages against defendant insurer Stonebridge Life Insurance Co.
The California Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether a San Diego-area school district can proceed with a lawsuit against contractors who allegedly wined and dined former district officials in order to gain the district’s business.
Gov. Jerry Brown cleared the way Wednesday for Californians to vote in November on whether to urge their congressional representatives to approve a constitutional amendment repealing the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision.