• 10/28/2019 5:19 PM | Deleted user

    Napa Valley Register

    October 25, 2019

    Governor Gavin Newsom has tapped Joseph J. Solga, of Napa, to fill a vacancy on Napa County Superior Court’s bench.

    He has worked as a deputy public defender at the Napa County Public Defender’s Office since 2002, according to the governor’s statement. Solga’s appointment will bring the total number of judges in the county to seven.

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    Stanford Legal Radio on Sirius

    What is driving the crisis at America’s southern border, with tens of thousands of asylum seekers waiting to file claims—and hundreds of children still separated from their families. Immigration law expert Lucas Guttentag joins Stanford Law student Julia Neusner to discuss the situation at the border and the legal issues surrounding immigration in a live taping of the Stanford Legal podcast.

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    California Courts Newsroom

    October 23, 2019

    Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil Sakauye was honored with the Sandra Day O'Connor Award for the Achievement of Civics Education on Saturday, October 12 in Monterey. The award honors those who have promoted or inspired in the field of civics education relating to the justice system.

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    Herma Hill Kay Memorial Lecture

    UC Berkeley

    October 21, 2019

    Herma Hill Kay Inaugural Lecture - A Conversation with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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    ABA Journal News

    October 22, 2019

    By Jason Tashea

    "As scalable technology plays a bigger role in the investigation, arrest and prosecution of people, mass conviction reviews will be more common. This creates a hidden but substantial human and monetary cost to hardware and software adoption in the criminal justice system."

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    California Courts Newsroom

    October 7, 2019

    A Year in Review: the California Supreme Court 

    A look back at highlights of the court's 2018-2019 year

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    On The Road

    Legal Talk Network

    October 12, 2019

    The call for greater individual control over personal data and increased privacy protections has been getting louder in recent years. The GDPR has already made considerable impacts in Europe and, on January 1, 2020, California’s own consumer privacy act, the CCPA, will take effect. How this greater focus on privacy will interact with existing antitrust regulations is still an open question, but at the California Lawyers Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting, On the Road host Jeewon Kim Serrato sits down with Jose Lopez from Samsung Next, Njeri Mutura from Microsoft, and Alisa Hall from eBay to discuss how this new legislation and this larger cultural shift will likely affect both incumbent players and new entrants alike, and what new considerations counsel should be thinking about when providing guidance.

    Jose Lopez is the senior director of M&A legal at Samsung Next.

    Njeri Mutura is a senior corporate attorney at Microsoft.

    Alisa Hall is the director of privacy and compliance at eBay.

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    On The Road

    Legal Talk Network

    October 12, 2019

    Find out all the benefits that intellectual property law has to offer and more on this On The Road. From the California Lawyers Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting, guest Heather Antoine tells host Erica Bristol what the Intellectual Property Law Section is doing to get more involved with education, talks about their new program ‘IP Without Borders’, and mentions their interest groups and how to be a part of one. Heather also talks about their publications and how they can benefit their members’ practices.

    Heather Antoine is a partner and chair of Stubbs Alderton & Markiles, LLP’s trademark & brand protection practice and co-chair of the privacy & data security practice group.

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    On The Road

    Legal Talk Network

    October 18, 2019

    From the California Lawyers Association 2019 Annual Meeting, On The Road host Jennifer Novak talks with Environmental Law Section members Allison Smith, Miles Hogan, and Paige Samblanet about their involvement in the section and the CLE topics covered at this year’s meeting. They discuss the opportunities for education and networking within the section and also highlight the topics, programs, and speakers for the 2019 Yosemite Environmental Law Conference. For members who can’t attend Yosemite, conference content will be made available in the CLA online CLE catalog.

    Allison Smith is an environmental and energy law attorney with Stoel Rives LLP in Sacramento, California.

    Paige Samblanet is a third-year law student at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles.

    Miles Hogan is an assistant city attorney at the City Attorney’s Office in Ventura, California.

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    On The Road

    Legal Talk Network

    October 16, 2019

    At the 2019 California Lawyers Association Annual Meeting, Laurence Colletti sat down with Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of Berkeley Law to discuss his lecture titled, “Closing the Courthouse Door.” Dean Chemerinsky shares highlights of his talk, which focused on the many decisions and doctrines upheld by the Supreme Court that have kept injured parties from ever getting their day in court.

    Erwin Chemerinsky is dean at the University of California Berkeley Law.

    Find Dean Chemerinsky’s book, “Closing the Courthouse Door,” on Amazon.

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