The Catholic Church says it could be forced to litigate hundreds or thousands of cases of sex abuse by priests, resulting in potentially billions of dollars in retroactive punitive damages.
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Supervisors voted unanimously to give $3 million to a Planned Parenthood office in San Jose to help expand its medical and reproductive care services n anticipation of an increase in women both in the county and from other states seeking abortion services.
A pending U.S. Supreme Court ruling could hollow out a California law that lets employees collectively sue their employers over workplace law violations.
Commercial growers celebrated the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Cedar Point Nursery v Hassid, but farmworker unions say this will make it harder for them to access workers and advocate for their rights.
Nine days after the mass murder of nine VTA workers in San Jose, a federal judge in San Diego overturned California’s assault weapons ban. California officials vowed to win on appeal, but gun advocates are emboldened by a shifting Supreme Court.
The opinion expressed impatience with the federal appeals court in California for disregarding the Supreme Court’s instructions.
Martin Jenkins was nominated by Gov. Gavin Newsom to replace former Associate Justice Ming Chin, 77, who retired Aug. 31.
In a press release sent to reporters early this week, county officials declared the resolution a victory for lesbian, gay and transgender rights.
The US Supreme Court blocked the Trump administration from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census. At least for now.
Silicon Valley workers rallied as the U.S. Supreme Court sparred over a case that could undermine the financial footing of labor unions.
The U.S. Supreme Court killed San Jose’s hope of luring the Oakland A’s, rejecting the city’s antitrust claim against Major League Baseball.
The California Supreme Court decided Monday that local governments can require developers to supply a certain percentage of below-market-rate housing as a condition of building permits. The landmark ruling ends a years-long legal battle for San Jose.
A week after a federal appellate court rejected San Jose’s lawsuit challenging Major League Baseball’s exemption from antitrust laws, the City Council voted to appeal the case to the highest court.
Now that a federal appeals court has upheld Major League Baseball's exemption from antitrust laws, San Jose will likely take its case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
San Jose Inside has obtained an internal bulletin San Jose police chief Larry Esquivel sent out July 14, explaining that the status quo on smart phone searches has to change. But that could be the tip of the iceberg regarding 4th Amendment issues in Santa Clara County.
If the Supreme Court rules in favor of marriage equality, Ray Hixson will assemble at a celebratory rally in Mountain View with hundreds of others. And while the LGBT community and its allies are hoping for a party, others want to head down to the Santa Clara County courthouse to apply for a marriage license. County Supervisor Ken Yeager, who’s openly gay, already asked the courthouse to prepare for an influx of same-sex couples ready to tie the knot.