GEMINI ALUMINUM CORP. v. CALIFORNIA CUSTOM SHAPES, INC., D038611
Court's finding of bad faith on the part of unsuccessful plaintiff, who, despite any proof of economic value, persisted with its misappropriation claim through trial, and who, at hearing for attorney fees, conceded that its claim was without merit, was not error.
- Decided 02/05/2002
- Published 02/05/2002
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellees:
- Law Offices of Peter L. Tripodes, Peter L. Tripodes, Pasadena; Heller & Edwards and Lawrence E. Heller, Santa Monica, for Plaintiff, Cross-defendant and Appellant., Tyre, Kamins, Katz & Granof, H. Jay Ford III and John Valentine, Jr., Los Angeles, for Defendant, Cross-complainant and Respondent.