Federal prosecutors want Google Inc. sanctioned for refusing to hand over government-sought emails stored on its overseas servers, according to documents filed Wednesday.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is preparing to sue to block the first phase of President Donald Trump's planned wall along the Mexican border, state officials said Wednesday morning.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra in Washington on Tuesday urged tech companies to "join us at the table" to craft federal legislation to crack down on online sex trafficking. The general counsel to the Internet Association, representing major U.S. companies, tells a U.S. Senate committee t
California legislation that would have increased the number of workers eligible for overtime pay died in the final hours of the state's 2017 legislative session Saturday, ending a push to revive Obama-era rules that the Trump administration has moved to undo.
A California bill that would have restricted the ability of internet service providers to collect and sell consumer information without permission died early Saturday amid a strong lobbying push from telecommunications and tech companies to stop the privacy measure.
The U.S. Transportation Department rolled out new guidance this week for driverless car manufacturers. We spoke with Susan Lent in Washington, head of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld's infrastructure and transportation practice, about these changes and what they mean for the industry and her practice
California's governor and Legislature in recent years have not been welcoming of many bills aimed at restricting the use of arbitration. That could soon change. Gov. Jerry Brown is considering whether to sign legislation that would allow judges to deny a bank's arbitration demand in any case that in
U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao on Tuesday rolled out revamped federal guidance for autonomous vehicle manufacturers, putting the Trump administration's deregulatory stamp on this fast-developing industry.
A Los Angeles lawmaker says he'll pursue a bill in January that would bar federal immigration agents from arresting or questioning undocumented immigrants in state courthouses unless they first obtain a warrant.
Thousands of California-licensed lawyers responded to the state bar's call for public comment about whether the bar exam score should be lowered or kept right where it is. Attorneys offered varying thoughts. Here's a snapshot of some of what members of the bar had to say.