Content about California Supreme Court

April 21, 2014

A number of recent class actions highlight three California privacy laws that were rarely litigated a decade ago.

By Amy Lally and Leah Abeles, Sidley Austin LLP

September 11, 2013

A case on the California Supreme Court’s docket questions whether or not a common law duty requires retailers to have automated external defibrillators (AEDs) ready to use in stores to treat sudden cardiac arrest, which strikes about 380,000 Americans each year and is the leading cause of death in the U.S.

By Greg Slusser, greg@defibtech.com

A case on the California Supreme Court’s docket questions whether or not a common law duty requires retailers to have automated external defibrillators (AEDs) ready to use in stores to treat sudden cardiac arrest, which strikes about 380,000 Americans each year and is the leading cause of death in the U.S.

October 19, 2012

By John H. Douglas, Foley & Lardner LLP

By John H. Douglas, jdouglas@foley.com

March 16, 2011

By David McDowell, partner, Morrison & Foerster and Samantha Goodman associate, Morrison & Foerster

By David F. McDowell, dmcdowell@mofo.com and Samantha P. Goodman, sgoodman@mofo.com

February 11, 2011

The California Supreme Court says merchants in the state can no longer ask credit-card customers for their ZIP codes, the Associated Press reported.

New York City -- The California Supreme Court says merchants in the state can no longer ask credit-card customers for their ZIP codes, the Associated Press reported.

September 20, 2010

By Timothy Ryan, Morrison & Foerster

May 31, 2007

Retail employers uttered a collective gasp when the California Supreme Court handed down its April...