California Court of Appeal - May 2001 Opinion Summaries

  • Opinion Summary Search

    FILL IN AT LEAST ONE FIELD

    to Format is YYYYMMDD
  • Full Text Search
Page 3 of 9 Showing Result 21 - 30 of 88
Description Date Docket #

COVENANT CARE, INC. v. SUPERIOR COURT (INCLAN)

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law
Code of Civ. Proc. 425.13, which bars an amendment for punitive damages against a health care provider in negligence action two years after after the...
05/25/2001 B145406

YOUNG v. RALEY'S, INC.,

California Court of Appeal
Constitutional Law, Property Law & Real Estate
A single structure, single-use store, containing no plazas, walkways, or central courtyards for patrons to congregate and spend time together is not a...
05/25/2001 C033172

DOBLER v. ARLUK MED. CTR. INDUS. GROUP, INC.

California Court of Appeal

Probate Code section 19001 authorizes payment to judgment creditors from trust assets without requiring the creditors to first sue the trustees within...
05/25/2001 B141132

HICKS v. E. T. LEGG & ASSOCIATES

California Court of Appeal
Bankruptcy Law, Property Law & Real Estate
Civil Code 2924c(e), and 2924g(d) do not prohibit the postponement of a foreclosure sale for successive periods of five of fewer business days during...
05/25/2001 D034398

NELSON v. SUPERIOR COURT (COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES)

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Communications Law, Injury & Tort Law
A government tort claim is a "claim" within the meaning of Government Code section 26202.6, which requires the county to preserve recordings of...
05/25/2001 B147607

IN RE: JEREMY S.

California Court of Appeal
Family Law
Under Welf. & Inst. Code 366.26(c)(1)(C), proprietors of special needs homes may adopt a child lacking special needs.
05/25/2001 G027867

IN RE: WILLIAM G.

California Court of Appeal
Family Law, Indian Law
Under the Indian Child Welfare Act, Welf. and Inst. Code, 366.26, 395, a father who avoids service of notice of dependency proceedings for close to a...
05/24/2001 C036345

GARDEN GROVE POLICE DEP'T v. SUPERIOR COURT (REIMANN)

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
A court must follow the procedural requirements of Pitchess v. Superior Court (1974) 11 Cal.3d 531 in order to compel a police department to disclose...
05/24/2001 G027730

PEOPLE v. ECCLESTON

California Court of Appeal
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Evidence Code section 1360 permitting the admission of a statement by a victim under the age of 12 in sex offense proseuctions does not violate the...
05/24/2001 A090567

SOLIN v. O'MELVENY & MYERS, LLP

California Court of Appeal
Ethics & Professional Responsibility, Injury & Tort Law
Plaintiff attorney, who retained defendant law firm to advise him on representation of plaintiff's client, may not sue defendant for malpractice where...
05/24/2001 B140076
Copied to clipboard