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California Supreme Court Articulates the Mixed Motive Defense for Employers

In the recent case of Harris v. City of Santa Monica, 56 Cal.4th 203 (2013), the California Supreme… Read More >


Who qualifies as a “supervisor” in cases where an employee sues for workplace harassment?

How the Supreme Court’s Latest Decision Affects Employers and Employees For companies that employ… Read More >


Ninth Circuit Decides A Copyright Troll Has No Standing to Sue

“Trolls,” or intellectual property assertion entities, refer to business entities that purchase… Read More >


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Raging Bull Supreme Court Decision

Glen Kulik represented the appellant before the United States Supreme Court in Petrella vs. MGM, which resulted in a  a reversal in favor of the firm’s client in a copyright infringement case that many experts have heralded as one of the most significant copyright decisions in the past 50 years.  Ms. Petrella’s father wrote the original screenplay for the famous motion picture Raging Bull and the copyright reverted to her family at the end of the initial 28 year copyright period. In the lawsuit she was seeking to prove that the continued exploitation of the movie by MGM infringed her  … Read More >

Court of Appeal Decision

On June 19, 2013, Len Siegel, Tom Ware, and David Bernardoni secured a Court of Appeal decision upholding the trial court’s sustaining of a homeowner association’s demurrer to homeowners’ complaint seeking to hold the Association liable for in excess of $200,000 in damages arising out of engineering errors in the homeowners’ architectural application. Read More >

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