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Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, we began our review of the Court's history with recusals, looking at the years 1994 through 2005. Today, we address the Court's recusals between 2006 and 2017.
Sedgwick LLP
Earlier this week over at the Illinois Supreme Court Review, we reviewed the Illinois Supreme Court's experience with recusals in civil cases.
Sedgwick LLP
Last week, we reviewed the Court's experience with certified questions from the Seventh Circuit. This week, we begin our look at a different question: the Court's history with recusals.
K&L Gates
All civil cases in these jurisdictions, except those exempted by the program's Standing Order, will be subject to the provisions of the program.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
Ending months of speculation and insider reading of tea leaves, on July 10, 2017, the CFPB published a final rule regarding the use of arbitration agreements in specified consumer financial contracts.
Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, for post no. 1,000 we reviewed the academic literature on question-counting in oral arguments, and began comparing the past year, May 2016-May 2017, at the California and Illinois Supreme Courts.
Sedgwick LLP
I thought we'd do a first today: comparing the two Supreme Courts we study in the same post.
Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, we began our analysis of Justice Theis' question patterns in civil cases. Today, we continue our work on Justice Theis' civil arguments since taking office in 2010.
Sedgwick LLP
For the past two weeks, we've been reviewing the patterns in Chief Justice Fitzgerald's questioning in civil and criminal cases between 2008 and his retirement in 2010.
Foley & Lardner
In order to certify a class action, it is the plaintiff's burden to prove that all of the requirements of Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are satisfied.
Sedgwick LLP
Today, we conclude our series on the originating jurisdictions, year-by-year, of the Court's civil docket.
Duane Morris LLP
Based on 2016 California court statistics, the time from the notice of appeal in a civil case to the filing of the Court of Appeal's opinion differs substantially between California's six appellate districts,...
Sedgwick LLP
This week, we conclude our series of posts on the originating jurisdictions, year-by-year, of the California Supreme Court's civil docket.
Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
In a closely watched decision that ultimately rested on narrow grounds, the Supreme Court held in Town of Chester v. Laroe Estates that an "intervenor-of-right" under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure...
Sedgwick LLP
Today, we continue our ongoing series of posts about the originating jurisdictions of the California Supreme Court's civil docket with the years 2009 and 2010.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
Defendants to putative class actions cannot moot a lead plaintiff's claims by depositing with the court the maximum amount of damages the individual plaintiff may recover.
Sedgwick LLP
For the past two weeks, we've been reviewing the originating jurisdictions – not the first trial court, but the first authority, whether agency, council or board – for the California Supreme Court's civil...
Sedgwick LLP
As we noted yesterday, the Chief Justice voted with the majority in 32 civil affirmances, writing the majority opinion in five of those cases.
Sedgwick LLP
Our review of the Court's oral arguments between 2008 and 2016 continues this week with Chief Justice Thomas Fitzgerald.
Sedgwick LLP
Last week, we reviewed the data on the originating jurisdictions of the California Supreme Court's civil cases between 1995 and 1999.
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Morrison & Foerster LLP
Ending months of speculation and insider reading of tea leaves, on July 10, 2017, the CFPB published a final rule regarding the use of arbitration agreements in specified consumer financial contracts.
Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, for post no. 1,000 we reviewed the academic literature on question-counting in oral arguments, and began comparing the past year, May 2016-May 2017, at the California and Illinois Supreme Courts.
Foley & Lardner
In order to certify a class action, it is the plaintiff's burden to prove that all of the requirements of Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are satisfied.
Sedgwick LLP
I thought we'd do a first today: comparing the two Supreme Courts we study in the same post.
Sedgwick LLP
Earlier this week over at the Illinois Supreme Court Review, we reviewed the Illinois Supreme Court's experience with recusals in civil cases.
Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, we began our review of the Court's history with recusals, looking at the years 1994 through 2005. Today, we address the Court's recusals between 2006 and 2017.
K&L Gates
All civil cases in these jurisdictions, except those exempted by the program's Standing Order, will be subject to the provisions of the program.
Sedgwick LLP
Last week, we reviewed the Court's experience with certified questions from the Seventh Circuit. This week, we begin our look at a different question: the Court's history with recusals.
Sedgwick LLP
For the past two weeks, we've been reviewing the patterns in Chief Justice Fitzgerald's questioning in civil and criminal cases between 2008 and his retirement in 2010.
Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, we began our analysis of Justice Theis' question patterns in civil cases. Today, we continue our work on Justice Theis' civil arguments since taking office in 2010.
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