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The Sacramento Bee

By | November 1st, 2014|

Union issue holds up millions from tribes By Carole Goldberg, May 23, 2007 A half-billion dollars in new state revenues should be an easy sell. But a tricky union issue may stall an agreement between Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and five California Indian nations. The agreement allows expansion of the tribes' gaming facilities in exchange for projected [...]

The Hollywood Reporter

By | November 1st, 2014|

Main Event: Reps vs. Studio Execs By Carl DiOrio, March 5, 2007 A top exec from Universal had some bad news for the talent attorneys sharing the dais. "There was a time, maybe only five years ago, when there were a lot of stars who could open a big movie, but today you could count them [...]

National Law Journal

By | November 1st, 2014|

Law Schools Recruit New Deans from Outside By Amanda Bronstad, July 16, 2007 LOS ANGELES — Several top law schools in Southern California recently named deans who came from outside their own faculty ranks, a strategic departure from those chosen in past years. Since 2004, the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law, [...]

Daily Journal

By | November 1st, 2014|

UCLA Law Nabs IP Star to Build Center By Andrew Harmon, February 21, 2007 LOS ANGELES - Doug Lichtman, the University of Chicago law professor known for trying to forge consensus between media companies and fair-use and consumer-rights advocates, has agreed to join UCLA School of Law’s faculty in July, school officials said Tuesday. Michael H. [...]

Los Angeles Times

By | November 1st, 2014|

Law Students Get a Head Start in the Real World By Anna Gorman, May 23, 2007 Erubey Lopez began law school at UCLA two years ago knowing he wanted to become an immigration attorney. But Lopez, an immigrant himself, got an earlier start than expected this spring. In an effort to provide real-world experience to students [...]