California Court of Appeal - June 2005 Opinion Summaries

  • Opinion Summary Search


    to Format is YYYYMMDD
  • Full Text Search
Page 3 of 10 Showing Result 21 - 30 of 93
Description Date Docket #

County of Placer v. Super. Ct. of Placer County

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Penal Code section 1203.10 gives the trial court the authority to allow a probationer to inspect nonconfidential portions of his probation file.
06/28/2005 C047634

Angelucci v. Century Supper Club

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Injury & Tort Law
An Unruh Act plaintiff seeking to recover for sex-based price discounts must, at a minimum, plead and prove a request for equal treatment.
06/28/2005 B173281

Scottsdale Ins. Co. v. State Farm

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law
In an insurance coverage dispute arising out of a bodily injury accident, summary judgment in favor of defendant is reversed where the trial court...
06/28/2005 B170163A

Marsh v. Workers' Compensation Appeals Bd.

California Court of Appeal
Labor & Employment Law, Workers' Compensation
The apportionment provisions enacted by the 2004 workers' compensation reform legislation under Senate Bill No. 899 must be applied to all applicable...
06/28/2005 F046106.PDF

Lu v. Grewal

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Contracts, Landlord Tenant Law, Property Law & Real Estate
Under Civil Code section 1951.2, the correct measure for mitigation credit is the property's fair market rental value.
06/28/2005 B173008

Roos v. Red

California Court of Appeal
Bankruptcy Law, Civil Procedure, Injury & Tort Law
In a wrongful death action, the district court did not err when it gave a bankruptcy court's findings collateral estoppel effect.
06/28/2005 B173506

In Re A.C.

California Court of Appeal
Family Law, Juvenile Law
The juvenile court's grant of de facto parent status to the foster parents is reversed on the ground that California does not have subject matter...
06/28/2005 D045073

People v. Ferris

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
The People do not have the burden to prove insanity beyond a reasonable doubt.
06/27/2005 F045368

People v. Zavala

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Defendant's conviction for stalking is affirmed over his claim that the trial court committed instructional and evidentiary errors which require...
06/27/2005 D044321

Payne v. Anaheim Mem'l Med. Ctr.

California Court of Appeal
Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Labor & Employment Law
A grievance procedure, which provided defendant with no right to a hearing and no opportunity to provide evidence, does not constitute an adequate...
06/27/2005 G032799
Copied to clipboard