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SHELTON v. RANCHO MORTGAGE & INV. CORP.

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure
A post judgment request for sanctions under Code of Civil Procedure section 128.5 is appealable.
01/04/2002 G027157

CITIZENS FOR JOBS AND THE ECON. v. COUNTY OF ORANGE

California Court of Appeal
Elections, Property Law & Real Estate
Hybrid initiative/referendum provision that requires voter approval of specific land use projects is impermissible.
01/04/2002 D037543

CITY OF SACRAMENTO v. WORKERS' COMP. APPEALS BD.

California Court of Appeal
Workers' Compensation
Labor Code section 4850, which provides for a leave of absence at full salary, instead of temporary disability payments for public safety employees,...
01/03/2002 C037880

FERGUSON v. FRIENDFINDERS, INC.

California Court of Appeal
Constitutional Law, Cyberspace Law
Business and Professions Code 17538.4, which regulates unsolicited e-mail advertisements, does not violate the Dormant Commerce Clause of the US...
01/03/2002 A092653

LUETER v. TE OF CALIFORNIA

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law
A tort claim for negligent spoliation of evidence is no longer valid in California.
01/03/2002 C032952

READER'S DIGEST ASS'N, INC. v. FRANCHISE TAX BD.

California Court of Appeal
Tax Law
A wholly-owned subsidiary of a taxpayer that sells or solicits sales for the taxpayer is not an "independent contractor" that exempts the taxpayer...
01/02/2002 C036307

ALLEN v. SMITH

California Court of Appeal
Contracts, Property Law & Real Estate
Document concerning sale of residential property that required additional escrow money after satisfaction of contingent conditions is a contract for...
01/02/2002 D036608

PEOPLE v. BUTTRAM

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Penal Code section 1237.5 requires a defendant, who pleads guilty, to obtain a certificate of probable cause before appealing that judgment, even if a...
01/02/2002 G028162

NAT'L ENTERS., INC. v. WOODS

California Court of Appeal
Property Law & Real Estate
One-form-of-action rule under Code of Civil Procedure section 726 does not bar a junior lienholder from bringing a separate action to recover its debt...
01/02/2002 C030453
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