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PEOPLE v. TORCH ENERGY SERV., INC.

California Court of Appeal
Administrative Law, Environmental Law, Labor & Employment Law, Oil and Gas Law
Although the Pipeline Safety Act expressly preempts the field of pipeline safety regulation, oil company is judicially estopped from challenging the...
09/19/2002 B151867

RUIZ v. SYLVA

California Court of Appeal
Elections
Elections Code section 11041(b) requires, in a recall petition, the use of a uniform typeface in both the statement of reasons for recall and the...
09/19/2002 B157433/157803

BIREN v. EQUAL. EMERGENCY MED. GROUP, INC.

California Court of Appeal
Corporation & Enterprise Law, Securities Law
The business judgment rule may protect a director who acts, in a mistaken but good faith belief, on behalf of the corporation without obtaining...
09/19/2002 B146586

HUNTER v. LOS ANGELES COUNTY CIVIL SERV. COMM'N (COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES)

California Court of Appeal
Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Labor & Employment Law, Government Law
The Los Angeles County Civil Service Commission lacks jurisdiction to hear and decide an appeal, brought by an individual covered by the Public Safety...
09/19/2002 B153508

IN RE DANNENBERG

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing, Habeas Corpus
Habeas petition held properly granted, and the Board of Prison Terms ordered to hold a parole suitability hearing and consider: 1) gravity and public...
09/19/2002 A095299

BROWN v. CITY OF LOS ANGELES

California Court of Appeal
Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law
In a police officer's challenge to a downgrade of his advanced paygrade position, officer had a property interest in his advanced paygrade, and...
09/19/2002 B148286

PEOPLE v. BARBER

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
A new criminal trial required where the trial court erred by: 1) asking a deadlocked jury questions that revealed the identity of the lone holdout...
09/19/2002 B146793

MARTIN v. SANTA CLARA UNIFIED SCH. DIST.

California Court of Appeal
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, Education Law, Labor & Employment Law
A teacher's diversion dismissal after a drug arrest fell within Education Code section 44940.5(c), and application of the reimbursement provision of...
09/19/2002 H023083

IN RE REEVES

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing, Habeas Corpus
Penal Code section 2933.1-s limitation on credits will apply only to a five-year term attributable to a violent felony within a felon's aggregate...
09/19/2002 G028823

PEOPLE v. RAE

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Elder Law
A unanimity instruction under CALJIC No. 17.01 was not required where an elder abuse defendant was engaged in a continuous course of conduct.
09/19/2002 A095637
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