New Civil Case, November 2020

Uncategorized Dec 09, 2020

37 New civil and family law cases were published by California Courts in November 2020. Keeping current with the new published case law helps me get the best possible results for my mediation, arbitration and reference clients. 

I provide short summaries, organized by legal topics, of every new published civil and family law case in my online publication California Case Summaries Monthly™. It costs only $50 per attorney per month, and I also offer law firms discounted multi-user issues. To subscribe, click here.

Below is a sample of one of the case summaries in the newest issue of California Case Summaries Monthly.


Coughenour v. Del Taco (2020) _ Cal.App.5th _ , 2020 WL 6817570: The Court of Appeal affirmed the trial court's order denying defendant's motion to compel arbitration in plaintiff's action alleging sexual harassment, wage and hour claims under the Labor Code, and other claims under the Fair Employment and Housing Act. Plaintiff...

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Monty's Civil Summary: 9-25-20

civil litigation torts Sep 27, 2020

California Case Summaries
by Monty A. McIntyre, Esq.



Koussaya v. City of Stockton (2020) _ Cal.App. 5th _ , 2020 WL 5626796: The Court of Appeal affirmed the trial court's order granting defendants' motions for summary judgment in a case alleging assault and battery, negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress arising from plaintiff's[1] serious injuries suffered after she jumped from a moving Ford Explorer driven by bank robbers being chased and shot at by police officers. The Court of Appeal ruled that the trial court had abused its discretion in excluding evidence contained a report by the Police Foundation regarding the incident, and also misapplied the Government Claims Act (Gov. Code, § 810 et seq.) to improperly limit the scope of plaintiff's allowable claims based upon the tort claim filed by plaintiff. However, even taking into account the improperly excluded evidence and properly viewing the factual basis of plaintiff's...

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