FULLER v. SUPERIOR COURT (IPC INT'L CORP.), B144094
A trial court may deny the request for a protective order from deposition when the sole grounds are that there is a parallel criminal investigation, and the deponents must invoke their right against self-incrimination at the deposition if they wish to preserve the right.
- Decided 02/27/2001
- Published 02/27/2001
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Corsino & Sutherland, John M. Sutherland, Janice M. Corsino, Pasadena; Lund & Caplan, Long Beach, and Richard A. Caplan, for Petitioners., Shaw and Terhar, John W. Shaw, Rand D. Carstens, Los Angeles, and Tamra L. Bowman, Santa Monica, for Real Parties in Interest, IPC International Corporation, John Schimanski, Jesus Hernandez, Ronnie Franco, Robert Banuelos, Sean Ferguson, Gilbert Sanchez, Clemente Saldana and Kevin Yuan., Katten, Muchin & Zavis and Steve Cochran, Los Angeles, for Real Parties in Interest, The Torrance Company, Carson Madrona Company and Del Amo Fashion Center Merchants Association.
- For Appellees:
- No appearance for Respondent.