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Divorce: What Happens When One Parent Wants To Move Away?

in Family Law by Stephanie Blum

Stephanie I. Blum’s article Divorce:  What Happens When One Parent Wants To Move Away? is published in the July 2022 edition of Living Brentwood.  

The U.S. Supreme Court Should Order Rehearing of Abortion Case

in RRB Law Blog by Timothy D. Reuben

Timothy D. Reuben pens a thoughtful piece entitled The U.S. Supreme Court Should Order Rehearing of Abortion Case, published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on May 20, 2022.  

Judicial Elections Are Actually A Good Idea

in RRB Law Blog by Timothy D. Reuben

Timothy D. Reuben’s Letter to the Editor entitled Judicial Elections Are Actually A Good Idea is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on May 9, 2022.  

Stephen L. Raucher Co-Authors Insurance Update for the Ninth Straight Year

in Insurance Law by Stephen Raucher

Insurance Law is published by the State Bar Litigation Section in its California Litigation Review (2021 Edition), co-authored by RRB attorney Stephen L. Raucher, along with Michael Sohigian, who have provided insurance updates together for the ninth consecutive year.  

Annual Insurance Update: COVID-19 Coverage, New Wrinkles in Bad Faith, and More

in Insurance Law by Stephen Raucher

On Thursday, April 7, 2022, Stephen L. Raucher  and Michael R. Sohigian will present an MCLE webinar through BHBA entitled “Annual Insurance Update: COVID-19 Coverage, New Wrinkles in Bad Faith, and More” (register in link).  The program will examine the … more

Divorce: Keeping the Children Uppermost

in Family Law by Stephanie Blum

Stephanie I. Blum’s article Divorce:  Keeping the Children Uppermost is published in the February 2022 edition of Living Brentwood.

A Disappointing Opinion

in Civil Litigation by Timothy D. Reuben

Timothy D. Reuben’s article A Disappointing Opinion is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on October 6, 2021.    

Rethinking the Joint-Employer Standard

in Employment Law by Stephen Raucher

Stephen Raucher’s article Rethinking the Joint-Employer Standard is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on September 22, 2021.

Navigating a Difficult Divorce

in Family Law by Stephanie Blum

Stephanie I. Blum’s article Navigating a Difficult Divorce is published in the October 2021 edition of Living Brentwood.

Entitlement to Equitable Subrogation Does Not Transform Legal Claims Against Third Parties into Equitable Claims

in Insurance Law by Stephen L. Raucher

In Michael Berg et al., v. Pulte Home Corp. (“Berg”), the Third District Court of Appeal analyzed the question of whether an entitlement to equitable subrogation, as opposed to the underlying action itself, determines the right to a jury trial. … more

COVID Vaccine Mandates and the Right to Swing Your Arms

in RRB Law Blog by Timothy D. Reuben

Timothy D. Reuben’s article COVID Vaccine Mandates and the Right to Swing Your Arms is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on September 14, 2021.  

Ruling Clarifies Precedent On Expert Reliance On Hearsay

in Civil Litigation by Timothy D. Reuben

Timothy D. Reuben and Stephanie I. Blum’s article Ruling Clarifies Precedent On Expert Reliance On Hearsay is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on August 23, 2021.  

Private Judge in Jolie/Pitt Case: No More Flawed Than Usual

in Family Law by Stephanie Blum

Timothy D. Reuben and Stephanie I. Blum’s article Private Judge in Jolie/Pitt Case: No More Flawed Than Usual is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on August 2, 2021.  

Why Won’t The Court Free Britney?

in Family Law by Stephanie Blum

Timothy D. Reuben and Stephanie I. Blum’s article Why Won’t The Court Free Britney? is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on July 14, 2021.  

A Plaintiff Cannot be Compelled to Arbitrate the Threshold Question of Employee Status in a PAGA Claim

in Employment Law by Timothy D. Reuben

In Damaris Rosales v. Uber Technologies, Inc. (May 4, 2021) 2021 DJDAR 4243, the Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, clarified that a plaintiff asserting a claim for civil penalties under the Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004 … more