How does the contingency fee model work and what should lawyers and clients bear in mind when using it for cases?
What is the so-called California digital license plate law, what does it mean for privacy, and what should lawyers consider moving forward?
Learn about changes to initial disclosures in California, how they differ to federal rules, and how you can use them in your cases.
How much is jury duty pay in California? Courts have started paying jurors $100 a day for their jury duty. Should this program be expanded?
Get to grips with the California Statute of Frauds; what written documentation it mandates, what it applies to, and some use cases and examples to get a full understanding of it.
California has finally adopted a snitch rule. What does this mean for attorneys and will it solve ethics issues that have been at the center of debate for the rule?
Learn about the steps required to become a paralegal in California; encompassing education, certification, skill development, and networking.
Learn about California eService and how eService can be used for documents as a quick, efficient, and reliable way to process your court filings.
In this article, we take a look at the sources of California law on attorney fiduciary duties and then provide a breakdown of some of the common mistakes that can lead to those dreaded breach claims.
Learn about California’s litigation privilege, which protects against liability for communications made during litigation or in anticipation of litigation.
Thinking about starting a law firm in California? Great! Here’s a checklist to help get you started on the right path.
What is substitute service of process and how does it work in California? When standard service of process fails, you need a backup plan.
Learn about the most frequently asked questions that we at One Legal receive about eService for California firms and get to grips with it!
A look at the most important 2020 updates to California local rules of court. New eFiling mandates, changes to eService, and more.
Is everyone ready for that time of year? The midway point of 2019, when courts across California propose changes to their local rules. Typically, the mid-year rules cycle isn’t as robust as it is at the beginning of the year and that’s the case this summer.
As early as July 1, 2019, Sonoma County will join the growing list of California courts allowing voluntary eFiling in Civil, Family and Probate case types. On June 12, with the room packed to capacity at the Sonoma County Law Library, Court Executive Officer Arlene Junior confirmed that Sonoma intends […]