- Prisoners' Property Problems
- Lowry v. City of San Diego: What are the Implications for Section 1983 Excessive Force Cases in General and Police K-9 and Monell Cases, Specifically?
- Inmate Loses Flying Spaghetti Monster Lawsuit and Provides a Lesson in RLUIPA and Qualified Immunity
- Will the Supreme Court Begin Counting Calories?
Employment Law Update
For the first time, the California Court of Appeal held that the Fair Employment and Housing Act (“FEHA”) creates a duty to reasonably accommodate an applicant or employee who is associated with a disabled person. The holding of Castro-Ramirez v. Dependable Highway Express, Inc. is unprecedented and there is a possibility that it will be appealed to the California Supreme Court. However, based on this decision, California employers are required to engage in a good faith interactive process to consider reasonable accommodations for an employee or applicant who associates with a disabled person.
DRI ERISA Report, Volume 11 Issue 1
California Special Districts Association
Unlocking the Rules on Cell Phone Searches
Put it in Writing: The Importance of Documentation in the Correctional Setting
Taking the Deposition of an Out-of-State Witness
Enjoy it While it Lasts - Federal Courts See Rate Decrease in Prisoner Lawsuits
Prison Break: Recent Escapes and Their Lessons
Signed, Sealed, and Delivered? A Guide to Filing Confidential Documents Under Seal
Recoverable Damages in Federal Court: What Happens When a Plaintiff's Health Care Provider Has Accepted Less Than the Billed Amount as Payment in Full?
Hi-Tech Contraband Searches
Liar Liar, Pants on Fire: Using Rule 11 Terminating Sanctions Against Inmates
PLRA Exhaustion Update: The Ninth Circuit's Ruling in Reyes v. Smith
In Memoriam: Warden Robert Borg (1938-2015)
There is No Such Thing as a Free Court Reporter
How Much has the Jury Pool Changed in Law Enforcement Cases?
Smart Integration - A Discussion with Former Warden Rober Borg (reprinted from Prison Break, December 2011 edition)
Addressing Health and Safety Issues Related to Public Encampments and Vehicle Habitation
Western City Magazine
Body Piercings and Tattoos in the Workplace: Can Employers Place Limits on Them?
Carl Warren Connects, Carl Warren
You've Got Mail: Inmate Emails with Lawyers and Potential Privacy Concerns
Nineteen Lawsuits and Counting: Supreme Court Hears Argument About Inmate Filing Fees for Frequent Filers
The Ninth Circuit Declares Employee's Whistleblower Claim is Not Collaterally Estopped by a State Personnel Board Decision: An Analysis of Wabakken v. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Qualified Immunity Update: Mullenix v. Luna
Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP
Green Dot: Electronic Inmate Currency
Cutting Class: A Preview of the Supreme Court Case Campbell-Ewald Company v. Gomez
The Benefits of the Five Minute Interview: How Subtle Tweaks to the Strategies for a Post-Incident Interview Can Help Defend a Civil Rights Lawsuit
Turning Up the Heat on California's Prisoners
Pocket Guide to Disability Discrimination in the California Workplace
CPER Pocket Guide
Walk Softly and Carry an Expandable Stick?
The Meat of the Matter: A Case Update on RLUIPA and Free Exercise of Religion Claims by Inmates
Seventh Circuit Strikes Down Rule Preventing Former Prison Employee from Marrying Inmate
The Ninth Circuit Establishes the "Fear of Retaliation" Exception to Exhausting Administrative Remedies: An Analysis of McBride v. Lopez
Eminent Domain: A Step-by-Step Guide to the Acquisition of Real Property
Solano Press Books, 3rd Edition
Evaluating the Voluntariness of a Confession: Reyes v. Lewis
Valley Fever Litigation Update
Emerging Trends in Law Enforcement Litigation
Taylor v. Barkes: Further Evolution of the Qualified Immunity Analysis
Walker v. Beard: No Religious Right to Racist Housing Requests
Employment Law Goes to Prison
Objective Reasonableness: Is it the New Norm for All Excessive Force Claims?
Education Law Alert
Drones: The New Smuggling Tool?
Where's the Venison?: The Impact of Hobby Lobby and Holt on the "Substantial Burden" Test for Inmate Religion Cases
It's All in the Timing: Strikes and Inmates' IFP Status
AB 66: Will Officers be Permitted to Review Video Footage of Major Incidents Prior to Making a Statement?
How the Drought is Affecting the Big House
Spring Cleaning: When to Purge Citizen's Complaints and Internal Affairs Investigations
County v. Nevada v. Superior Court (Siegfried): Jail May Not Prohibit Face-to-Face Visits with Counsel in Visiting Rooms without Glass Partitions
Slip & Fall Meets Equal Protection