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Parrish v. Watkins, 228277

Affirming the Court of Appeals determination that while a case's success after a hearing on the merits typically forecloses subsequent malicious prosecution claims; a case that survives a motion for summary judgment but is determined to have been brought in bad faith after trial does not foreclose malicious prosecution actions under the interim adverse judgment rule.

Appellate Information

  • Decided
  • Published 2017/08/10




  • Supreme Court of California