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Overburdened Dockets: A Comparison of Two Solutions

May 29, 2019 12:28:06 PM / by Caitlin posted in california, litigation, supreme court, federal, state court, state law, motion to dismiss, motion for demurrer, demurrer

The United States District Courts adopted the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) in 1938. Drafted in reference to the types of cases most common at the time, these rules were designed to regulate pre-trial pleading and discovery practices. In doing so, they presented three pre-trial mechanisms for undermining a plaintiff’s complaint, one of which is a motion to dismiss—Rule 12(b)(6).
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The Most Popular California Judges

Apr 24, 2019 12:55:00 PM / by Caitlin posted in california, supreme court, judge bios, judge analysis

We became curious about the judges who are most interesting to our site-goers, when they are viewed, and how much of the web activity is dedicated to looking up judges. Here are some judge analytics....
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A New Louisiana Law Could Undo Roe v. Wade and Decades of Choice. Is California next?

Feb 18, 2019 8:00:33 AM / by Jennifer posted in california, abortion, supreme court, precedent, roe v. wade

Between the White House shutdown, the Polar Vortex, and a sad year for Super Bowl commercials, you might have missed that a little case called Roe v. Wade could be overturned very soon. Yes, we do mean Roe v. Wade: the 1973 landmark case that legalized abortion and empowered women’s right to choose nationwide.
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