MARSHALL v. PASADENA UNIFIED SCH.DIST., B160520
Because there was no "sudden, unexpected occurrence" that posed a clear and imminent danger requiring prompt action to protect life, health, property or essential public services, there was no "emergency" which would have allowed Defendant school district to properly bypass regular competitive bidding procedures.
- Decided 06/29/2004
- Published 06/29/2004
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Gibbs, Giden, Locher & Turner, Sharon Suarez, Peter F. Lindborg and Michael I. Giden, Los Angeles, for Appellant., Monteleone & McCrory and Joseph A. Miller, Los Angeles, for Real Party in Interest.
- For Appellees:
- No appearance for Respondents., Kevin T. Snider, Escondido; and David Romney, Pasadena, for René Amy and Schoolhouse Alliance, as Amici Curiae, on behalf of Respondents.