Posted on December 28, 2016 by Julie Brook, Esq.
Thanks for reading, commenting, and sharing CEBblog™ this year!
We hope you find something useful and interesting in each of the 5 most popular posts from 2016:
Here’s to a happy and healthy New Year from all of us at CEB!
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Posted on June 24, 2015 by Julie Brook, Esq.
Any trial strategy should incorporate the mundane. Not only must you get to court on time, but everything you need to try the case also has to be there, at your fingertips. Here are four things you should consider and arrange for before you head to court. Continue reading
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Posted on December 30, 2013 by Julie Brook, Esq.
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Posted on August 16, 2013 by Julie Brook, Esq.
We all wish we had a crystal ball to tell us how things will turn out on appeal, but the best we can do is look at the trial court’s rulings and evaluate whether there are grounds for appeal and how solid those grounds may be. Continue reading
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Posted on March 9, 2012 by Julie Brook, Esq.
For most of us, moving our clocks forward from 2:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. for daylight savings time means crankiness due to an hour less of sleep. But for nonexempt overnight workers, it means one less hour of work, and thus one less hour’s worth of much-needed pay. Continue reading
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Posted on December 6, 2011 by Julie Brook, Esq.
We are very excited that CEB’s blog was named by the ABA Journal as one of the top 100 law blogs! Thanks to all of our loyal readers and subscribers for your support since our launch in 2010.
Our goal is to always provide useful and relevant legal content for California attorneys. We appreciate your comments and suggestions on the blog — keep them coming!
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Posted on July 15, 2010 by Julie Brook, Esq.
California Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald George announced yesterday that he is retiring after 38 years on the bench while he is “at the top of [his] game.” SF Gate reports that Justice George wants his successor to be appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, expressing “a great sense of reassurance in the exemplary level of appointments this governor has made” and in his “commitment to the judicial branch.”
Schwarzenegger must appoint a successor by September 16th for that person to appear on the November ballot, explains the San Jose Mercury News, which reports that the governor’s office said it will “begin immediately working to fill the position.” The position heads both the state Supreme Court and the California Judicial Council, the policymaking arm of the state court system.
Justice George has been an influential judicial figure, writing important rulings on many issues, including the decision in In Re Marriage Cases (2008) 43 C4th 757, 76 CR3d 683, which declared the right of gays and lesbians to marry. On recognition of same-sex marriage in California, including a discussion of In Re Marriage Cases , check out CEB’s California Domestic Partnerships §§4A.1-4A.8A (Cal CEB 2005).
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