Staffpro, Inc. v. Elite Show Servs., Inc., D045755
For purposes of maintaining an action for malicious prosecution, the element of "favorable termination" of the underlying litigation can not be established where a plaintiff prevailed on some, but not all, of the causes of action asserted against it in the complaint in the underlying litigation.
- Decided 02/24/2006
- Published 02/24/2006
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Bacalski, Koska & Ottoson, Christopher J. Workman, San Diego, and Paul C. Johnson, Jr., for Plaintiffs and Appellants.
- For Appellees:
- Gordon & Rees, Jan K. Buddingh, Jr., and Kenneth S. Perri, San Diego, for Defendants and Respondents Elite Show Services, Inc., Gus Kontopuls and John Kontopuls., Klinedinst PC, Andrew N. Kohn, G. Dale Britton and Gregor A. Hensrude, San Diego, for Defendants and Respondents Rutherford & Rybacki and Matthew R. Rutherford.