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KROUGH v. REYNOLDS PACKING INC.

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law
Civil Code section 3333.4, which prohibits uninsured motorists from recovering damages from motor vehicle accidents, may preclude a claim against a...
08/29/2001 C029948

COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES v. SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY (CRYSTAL B.)

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law
Under the California Tort Claims Act, Gov. Code 810 et seq., appointment of an independent counsel to act on a minors' behalf by pursuing all...
08/29/2001 B137358

PEOPLE v. ANDREOTTI

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
A trial court may not defer entry of judgment for a child molester, absent the prosecution's consent.
08/29/2001 C034072

PEOPLE v. BARKER

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
An instruction that the jury could convict defendant of murder based only upon his possession of property stolen from the victim and "slight"...
08/28/2001 D034739

CRUZ v. PACIFICARE HEALTH SYS., INC.

California Court of Appeal
Dispute Resolution & Arbitration
The Federal Arbitration Act does not apply to a state false advertising claim seeking injunctive relief under California's Consumer Legal Remedies Act
08/28/2001 A093002

CARLTON v. D-ALESSANDRO

California Court of Appeal
Family Law
In determining the level of child support under Fam. Code 4050-4076, a court should consider a spouse's actual, available tax status and deductions in...
08/28/2001 B142886

NICOLOPULOS v. CITY OF LAWNDALE

California Court of Appeal
Elections
A plaintiff challenging his removal after an election has an exclusive remedy in quo warranto action even if there was only an "acting incumbent" at...
08/28/2001 B144311

PEOPLE v. SCOTT

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
A court need not grant a criminal defendant's motion to represent himself four days before trial after two unsuccessful motions to substitute counsel.
08/28/2001 B112469

ALLIED MUT. INS. CO. v. WEBB

California Court of Appeal
Insurance Law
An insured may not ratify the nonpermitted use of a vehicle by its employee after an accident so as to impose liability on the insurer.
08/28/2001 F034484

IN RE: CHRISTINA A.

California Court of Appeal
Family Law
The six-month review hearing after a dependent child under the age of three has been removed from parental custody and reunification services have...
08/28/2001 C036360
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