Will the FDA further regulate healthcare providers who trigger manufacturer rules by printing medical devices or supplies?
The OCBA Charitable Fund’s golf tournament will be May 23, 2022!
This year’s OCBA Executive Committee, Board of Directors, section leaders, and committee chairs promote the OCBA’s mission.
This years’s Franklin G. West honoree loves his work, his family, and his community.
Get to know the new OCBA President.
Paraprofessionals will be able to handle some collateral criminal matters but not appeals.
Details on the State Bar’s Final Report and when you can submit a comment.
It will be hard for paraprofessionals to isolate the issues they are allowed to handle in family law cases.
John gives lawyers a good name by representing the very best of our profession.
The OCBA’s Charitable Fund raises a glass to raise funds for many great causes.
Get to know the two phenomenal nominees for next year’s OCBA Secretary, and remember to vote online.
Who is covered by DACA and what does that mean?
A person’s status can depend on an employer, a spouse, or another factor.
Sometimes trafficking occurs at home.
An argument that Congress should impose free speech rules on social media companies.
A rebuttal: private companies should operate outside government speech restrictions.
Learn more about the OBA Affiliate bars from their leaders.
Practical and helpful advice for your upcoming court appearances.
A behind-the-scenes look at how the Orange County Superior Court was able to advance justice using technology.
Businesses have a right to require masks for customers’ safety.
To some extent, employers can require vaccines.
Meet the OCBA leaders who tirelessly pursue excellence and promote the OCBA’s mission.
This month marks forty years of Beds’ humor column, none of them wasted.
Fundraising is needed more than ever for these charities, even as the pandemic prevents traditional gatherings.
Learn why the new OCBA President is the perfect leader for this point in time.
How non-profit organizations have dealt with 2020’s unique challenges and setbacks.
Affiliate Bars were able to pivot to continue offering relevant programs.
The OCBA’s year in review as the association continued to build community during a crisis.
How workers can be sure their rights are upheld.
Businesses must comply with the myriad of laws that apply to working during a pandemic.