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Trial lawyers seek and win extreme verdict they know won’t stand
An insane court ruling led me to write this for the U-T San Diego: At a recent federal trial in San Diego, lawyers for Rosario Juarez presented compelling, disturbing evidence that the San Ysidro resident faced repeated gender discrimination while working for a National City AutoZone. This led a j...
Gov. Brown nominates Leondra Kruger to state Supreme Court
Governor Jerry Brown has nominated a U.S. Department of Justice official for a spot on the California Supreme Court. On Monday, Brown nominated Leondra R. Kruger, a Yale Law School graduate, to fill a vacancy created by the retirement of Associate Justice Joyce L. Kennard, who left the court in ...
How Gov. Brown could ace Napolitano on U.C. tuition
As Chris Reed noted last week, U.C. President Janet Napolitano has another thing coming if she thinks she can push a huge U.C. tuition hike past Gov. Jerry Brown. L.A. Times columnist George Skelton just agreed in a column titled, "Gov. Jerry Brown has plenty of weapons to fight UC's Janet Napolita...
Cartoon: Manson Family values
CA suffers country’s most expensive real estate
Who can afford to live here? The Los Angeles Times reported: Los Angeles County is the second-least affordable housing market in the country for a middle-class family.... That’s according to a new report out Tuesday from real estate website Trulia, which found that a household earning the median...
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