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Retired California Judges Get Placement Cap Bias Suit Revived

Retired California Superior Court judges won a second chanceat challenging a cap on the amount of time they can participate in a program assigning them to fill judicial vacancies Wednesday when a state appellate court said their suit isn’t barred.

‘Walking Dead’ Producers Get New Shot at AMC Revenue Lawsuit

A group of producers and writers from “The Walking Dead” can proceed on claims that AMC Film Holdings LLC breached the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and induced a breach of their contracts by withholding certain profits from the hit series, a judge in Los Angeles said.

Seaboard Marine Gets Claims Shaved in Suit Over Cuban Property

Seaboard Marine Ltd. convinced a federal judge in Florida to dismiss 17 of 18 relatives from a lawsuit that alleges the ocean transportation company is violating the Libertad Act by using property that had been confiscated from the family by the Cuban government during the Fidel Castro regime.

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‘I’m Not a Cat’ Takeaways: 5 Virtual Court Tips from Judges

In the wake of lawyer cat, judges from across the country share advice lawyers must know to ace their virtual court appearances.

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