California Court of Appeal - July 2005 Opinion Summaries

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In re Wilford J.

California Court of Appeal
Constitutional Law, Family Law
Converting a noticed Pretrial Resolution Conference into an unscheduled jurisdictional hearing deprives parents of vitally important procedural...
07/28/2005 B178480A

Oakland Raiders v. NFL

California Court of Appeal
Entertainment Law
The National Football League (NFL) and its commissioner do not stand in a fiduciary relationship with the Oakland Raiders, a member club of the NFL.
07/28/2005 H026688

In re April C.

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Family Law
The Sixth Amendment right of a criminal defendant to confrontation under the United States Constitution does not extend to parents in state dependency...
07/27/2005 B178548

Richard B. Levine, Inc. v. Higashi

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Dispute Resolution & Arbitration
Res judicata applies to an arbitration award that eliminates the basis for a non-arbitrating party's derivative liability.
07/27/2005 G032995

Arredondo v. Regents of the Univ. of Cal.

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Injury & Tort Law
A minor plaintiff has lost her right to sue if she has not filed suit within three years of the date of manifestation of her injury, notwithstanding...
07/27/2005 B176881

People v. Watts

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Defendant's sentence for being a felon in possession of a firearm is vacated and remanded to determine whether his prior conviction constitutes a...
07/27/2005 F045778

Rio Linda Union Sch. Dist. v. Workers' Comp. Appeals Bd.

California Court of Appeal
Labor & Employment Law, Workers' Compensation
New laws enacted by Senate Bill No. 899, requiring apportionment of permanent disability based on causation, apply to a workers' compensation case...
07/26/2005 C048298

Tilley v. CZ Master Ass'n

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law, Labor & Employment Law
Defendant is not liable for injuries suffered by the employee of an independent contractor which it hired to perform work on its premises.
07/26/2005 G033470

People v. Medina

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Attempted kidnapping during commission of a carjacking does not require a completed carjacking.
07/26/2005 B169140

Concerned Citizens v. City of La Habra

California Court of Appeal
Attorney's Fees, Construction, Environmental Law, Government Law
In a challenge to the approval of the construction of a retail warehouse facility, even though the trial court found that the mitigated negative...
07/26/2005 G034014
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