The upcoming term will once again have its fill of high-profile, controversial decisions, says Ben Feuer of California Appellate Law Group.
The California Supreme Court issued a sweeping decision, holding many state laws inapplicable to national banks in light of federal legislation, explain Morrison & Foerster attorneys.
The 2011-12 Supreme Court term confirmed that the ballot initiatives serve as checks and balances, explains appellate attorney Ben Feuer.
Ability of foreign courts to have the California Supreme Court resolve novel issues of law promotes uniform enforcement, explain Horvitz & Levy attorneys.
California and Ninth Circuit cases among most controversial in the court's 2010-11 term, explains Ben Feuer.
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