You’ve obtained an unfavorable trial court order, but you have no right to appeal. If you are in California, you are likely not without some relief. While each jurisdiction has its own unique process and law, in California, you can use a procedural device called a writ.In this post, we address a few key considerations in pursuing a writ, with a focus on the usual process for writs in the Appellate Division of the California Superior Court.Read more »
Writ-sy Business: The First Steps to Take Before Challenging a Trial Court Order & Filing That Writ Posted on: March 05, 2019 In: Labor & Employment
- March 14, 2019 ‘Full Moon’ Costs Denied by Supreme Court in Oracle Copyright Case
- March 12, 2019 FLSA Double Time
- February 27, 2019 It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, No… It’s Cryptojacking!
2nd circuit 9th circuit aba after-acquired evidence agreements alabama america invents act anti-money laundering arkansas audit bank secrecy act bitcoin breach notification business california ccpa client notification colorado compliance confidentiality congress consumer notification copyright copyright act cryptocurrency cybersecurity cyber threat data breach data privacy data privacy directive data security delaware department of financial services digital music employers employment encryption attack entertainment essential employees ethics eu eu-u.s. data privacy shield eu-u.s. privacy shield european union fcra federal circuit federal trade commission financial firms gdpr grace period hacking hipaa hippa identity theft illinois incidence response plan indictment inter partes review irs justice department malware media me too misconduct model law multi-factor identification naic new mexico ninth circuit nist security controls non-competition nydfs patent litigation patents payroll penalties personal data personnel records privacy act ptab ransomware redigi regulations remote desktop protocol scheduling secret sauce social engineering social media south dakota spear-phishing spokeo statute supreme court tax returns tennessee trade secrets uspto virginia wipo workplace policy