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Defendant builder appealed an order from the Superior Court of Riverside County (California), which denied the builder’s motion to compel arbitration in a construction defect action brought by plaintiff buyers. Overview The builder enrolled new homes in a warranty program…

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Defendants, a bank, its credit card servicing company, and its chief executive officer, appealed an order of the Superior Court of Alameda County (California), which denied their motion to compel arbitration of plaintiff credit card customers’ action. The customers alleged…

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Appellant law firm sought review of a judgment rendered by the Superior Court of Los Angeles County (California), that granted summary judgment to appellee insurance company finding that appellee did not have to cover losses because of its contract limitations…

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After losing her home to foreclosure, plaintiff sued several defendants, alleging causes of action for negligent misrepresentation, fraud, breach of oral contract, violation of Civ. Code, § 2924g, subd. (g), intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress, and rescission of…

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Plaintiff former employee sued defendant former employer alleging failure to pay overtime as required by Cal. Lab. Code § 510, improperly reduced commissions violated Cal. Lab. Code § 202, California Unfair Competition law, Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17200…

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Defendants, a retailer and its property owner, filed a motion to clarify the court’s prior order that denied in part and granted in part defendants’ and plaintiff disabled customer’s cross-motions for summary judgment. The customer filed his action under the…

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HOLDINGS: [1]-Because the corporation co-owned the copyrights at issue at the time of the alleged infringement, the explicit cooperation of counter-defendants strongly militated in favor of a finding that counter-defendants received permission to use those copyrights from a co-owner; [2]-Defendants…

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