The court examined and rejected every constitutional argument in support of sexual orientation change therapy, says attorney James Ching.
Civil Rights & Constitutional Law
The Supreme Court has substantially broadened the rights of developers seeking development approvals, explain Paul Hastings attorneys.
The high court will have to decide whether a mobile device is searchable incident to arrest, as state courts are reaching opposite conclusions, explains attorney James Ching.
State statutes promulgated to control possession of firearms may, when read together, run afoul of Supreme Court precedent, explains attorney James Ching.
The Roberts court's generally cautious approach raises doubt as to the breadth of the forthcoming opinion, explains Ben Feuer of the California Appellate Law Group.
California secretary of state puts criminal justice reform and voting rights on a collision course, explain Rosen, Bien & Galvan attorneys.
Jeffrey Rabkin of Stroz Friedberg discusses 10 steps a firm can take to reduce its chances of an attack or security breach.
Several theories of constitutionality will be advanced before the Supreme Court this spring in support of and opposition to the new law, explains appellate attorney Ben Feuer.
Next spring, the justices will consider several theories of constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, explains appellate attorney Ben Feuer.
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