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Employment Discrimination and the Push to State Courts

A new law will go into effect across California on January 1, 2020. California Senate Bill 188 revises the definition of race articulated…

A Closer Look at CCP 170.6 Peremptory Challenges in California

(Visit here for my first look at 170.6.)

The Medical Malpractice Crisis: Urban Legend or True Story?

“What’s happening all across this country is that lawyers are filing baseless suits against hospitals and doctors,” began George W. Bush….

A Peremptory Challenge: Studying the Lawyers that Study the Judges

Enacted in 1957, Section 170.6 of the California Code of Civil Procedure (CCP) granted litigants the opportunity to peremptorily…

France Drama

As the legal tech sector intensifies its global expansion, governments around the world are grappling with ethical, technical, and…

Overburdened Dockets: A Comparison of Two Solutions

Most states have modeled their civil procedures after the FRCP. However, the State of California is a notable exception.

Motions to Dismiss: A Loosely Defined Power

The California Code of Civil Procedure presents an elaborate statutory scheme through which a defendant can dismiss an action. Broadly…

Judge Analytics: A Closer Look at Our Most Visited Judges

Here at Trellis, we have been curious about how our visitors have been using our website. Last week we identified the most visited judge…

The Most Popular California Judges

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…

Legal Analytics: Policing as a Source of Revenue, Quotas as a Source of Metrics

A Monterey Police officer filed a lawsuit against the City of Monterey in California on November 28, 2018. The reason? His superiors had…

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