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STEVENS v. CALIFORNIA DEP'T OF CORRECTIONS

California Court of Appeal
Family Law, Labor & Employment Law
An employee's request for vacation time over the Christmas holiday to visit his ailing parents does not constitute sufficient notice that the employee...
03/21/2003 C039896

O'HARE v. MUNICIPAL RESOURCE CONSULTANTS

California Court of Appeal
Dispute Resolution & Arbitration, Labor & Employment Law
Where an employment agreement's arbitration provision is both substantively and procedurally unconscionable, and does not meet the criteria...
03/21/2003 B153165

ESTATE OF MOWRY

California Court of Appeal
Probate, Trusts & Estates
Because appellant was adopted before her father's holographic will was executed, she was not an omitted heir as described within Probate Code section...
03/21/2003 B160835

PEOPLE v. GOMEZ

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Conviction for two counts of murder are affirmed over defendant's contention the jury was improperly instructed about the doctrine of transferred...
03/21/2003 B159879

PEOPLE v. BROUGHTON

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Penal Code section 1381.5, requiring the DA to bring imprisoned defendants to trial within 90 days, applies only to defendants who have not been tried...
03/21/2003 B156268

SIERRA VISTA REG'L MED. CTR. v. BONTA

California Court of Appeal
Government Benefits, Health Law
A reduction in Medi-Cal reimbursements to a hospital are affirmed where they did not maintain proper nurse-to-infant ratios as stipulated by agreement...
03/21/2003 C041202

SCOTT CO. OF CALIFORNIA v. US FID. & GUAR. INS. CO.

California Court of Appeal
Attorney's Fees, Construction
Where there is inadequate evidence of sureties' participation in a previous settlement, sureties are not entitled to judgment as a matter of law.
03/21/2003 H022467

GOODMAN v. WILLIAMS

California Court of Appeal

(Industry: Private Equity, Project Finance)

The Improvement Act of 1911 allows the holder of a newly-apportioned improvement bond to maintain a foreclosure action, based on unpaid apportioned...
03/21/2003 B156080

PEOPLE v. THUSS

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Defendant may not complain that certain writings were not admitted in evidence where he did not move the writings into evidence, and the presence of...
03/21/2003 C040272

PEOPLE v. MAGEE

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Failure to instruct the jury with the elements of robbery violated defendant's right to have the jury find beyond a reasonable doubt every element of...
03/20/2003 F039784
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