In 1996, the U.S. Congress substantially simplified state-level securities compliance by passing the National Securities Markets Improvement Act, widely known as NSMIA. NSMIA preempted many regulatory schemes of individual states […]
On July 16, 2014, a federal judge ruled that systemic delay in California’s death penalty system renders it unconstitutional (Jones v. Chappell, No. 2:09-cv-02158 (C.D. Cal. July 16, 2014)). Following […]
Thank you to the 65 Barristers and friends that came out to cheer on their teams at the July 8th Battle of the Bay A’s […]
This article is part of an ongoing series designed to give our members an opportunity to learn more about their colleagues. Members are chosen at random and asked to respond to a […]
The ACBA is closed today for the Fourth of July holiday, but we’ll be back in the office Monday morning. Enjoy the long weekend!
Surviving Your First Day In Bankruptcy Court: Tips for New Practitioners and Non-Bankruptcy Attorneys Tuesday July 1, 2014 from 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Please join U.S. Bankruptcy Judge William J. […]
Keeping up with your daily tasks can be tiring enough. That’s why staying on top of the latest social media trends, Google algorithm updates, and content marketing strategies often ends […]
Larry Organ, founder of the California Civil Rights Law Group, has fourteen years of experience as a civil rights attorney. Larry and his firm represent victims of workplace discrimination and […]
We had another busy week at the ACBA!
The Critical Role of Mediation in a Long Term Disability Insurance Benefits Lawsuit Mediation (a form of settlement conference) is now used in nearly every long-term disability (LTD) insurance case I litigate. Mediation […]