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SCHIFANDO v. CITY OF LOS ANGELES

California Court of Appeal
Administrative Law, Labor & Employment Law
A city employee must exhaust both the administrative remedy provided by the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), Gov. Code section 12900...
03/29/2002 B142999

WONG v. THRIFTY CORP.

California Court of Appeal
Attorney's Fees, Contracts, Landlord Tenant Law, Property Law & Real Estate
Plaintiff entitled to reasonable attorney fees because the conditions of Civil Code section 1717 have been met: there was an action on contract, which...
03/29/2002 A094922

PARRISH v. SUPERIOR COURT OF SACRAMENTO COUNTY (PEOPLE)

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Because defendant's photographing of young girls at a water park was not an act that was objectively and unhesitatingly irritating or disturbing, as...
03/29/2002 C039165

MEJIA v. REED

California Court of Appeal
Bankruptcy Law, Family Law
A divorcing couple's property division may constitute a fraudulent transfer, thus, a property division incident to a marital dissolution is subject to...
03/29/2002 H020771

YOUNG v. GANNON

California Court of Appeal
Workers' Compensation
Where Workers' Comp. Judge (WCJ), who was terminated for harassment and inefficiency, failed to demonstrate that regulations adopted by the...
03/28/2002 B146236

SWANSON v. ST. JOHN'S REG'L MED. CTR.

California Court of Appeal
Consumer Protection Law, Health Law, Injury & Tort Law
Because hospital liens on recoveries from a third party tortfeasor for the reasonable value of services provided the patient, filed pursuant to the...
03/28/2002 B148128

SCHOENDORF v. U.D. REGISTRY, INC.

California Court of Appeal
Consumer Protection Law, Property Law & Real Estate
Where plaintiff made a sufficient showing that defendant, a consumer reporting agency that specializes in unlawful detainer cases, should have...
03/28/2002 B146918

JACQUELINE R. v. HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH FAMILY CHURCH, INC.

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law
A pastor was not liable in tort as a matter of law for engaging in sexual conduct with the wife of a parishioner who came to him for marriage...
03/28/2002 G028495

GAMBLE v. DEPT. WATER AND POWER

California Court of Appeal
Attorney's Fees, Civil Procedure, Public Utilities, Government Law
Under Code of Civil Procedure section 1038, which allows public entities to recover the costs of defending against unmeritorious and frivolous...
03/28/2002 B152079

IN RE: N. S.

California Court of Appeal
Family Law, Juvenile Law
Where there was no evidence that the conduct that caused juvenile court to take jurisdiction of minor still existed, or would continue to exist if...
03/28/2002 D039102