SAN FRANCISCO – California's 1st District Court of Appeal recently ordered that lawsuit involving an attorney who alleges that she was denied advancement and work opportunities be sent back to San Francisco County Superior Court for review.
California 1st District Court of Appeal News
Appellate court affirms that $5 million should be paid to class members in Wells Fargo suit, not law firm
SACRAMENTO – The 1st District Court of Appeal, Division Three affirmed an earlier judgment from a trial court, ruling that $5 million in settlement proceeds could not be paid to a legal group for representing homeowners who sued Wells Fargo Bank concerning home mortgages.
California judge grants motion to quash in a dispute between businesses seeking to provide Indonesian pay TV service
SAN FRANCISCO – Judge Kathleen M. Bank has ruled in favor of a motion to quash and threw out the claims of another in a dispute between D-Rock Holdings and Axxis Financial of California.
Appellate court reverses ruling in Pep Boys asbestos case over mesothelioma death of 'do-it-yourselfer'
SAN FRANCISCO – An appellate court has reversed part of a ruling in a lawsuit filed by the seven adult children of a Los Angeles man who passed away of mesothelioma.
SAN FRANCISCO – A court of appeals has affirmed a decision that dismissed a case that disputed an arbitration ruling of an Instacart shopper and delivery driver.
An appeals court won't award an additional three years of back-owed rent in a dispute between two sisters over an inherited house, according to a ruling released on July 17.
The California First District Court of Appeal recently reversed a trial court ruling that denied an ex-wife the title of "surviving spouse" regarding her late husband’s pension.
California First District Court of Appeal reverses lower court decision on rental property insurance coverage
The California First District Court of Appeal recently reversed a lower court’s rule that Pacific Specialty Insurance Company was permitted to rescind a rental property liability coverage based on the insured's alleged material misrepresentations on the paperwork.
The California First District Court of Appeal recently ruled that the construction of a movie theater in Hesperia was a "public works" according to the state's minimum wage law.
A California appeals court recently reversed a trial court’s decision to award an employee damages for unpaid labor instead of issuing a judgement for breach of contract and violations of federal and state labor laws.
The California First District Court of Appeals recently rejected an appeal by online retailer Overstock.com that argued that the circuit court imposed excessive penalties.
A California appeals court recently reversed a lower court's ruling that the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California overcharged the San Diego County Water Authority for water transport charges.
A California appeals court recently ruled in favor of a law firm in a dispute with a former employee over documents he composed during his employment.
A San Francisco property owner has won an appeal against tenants who refused to leave an apartment unit.
A California appeals court recently reversed a trial court’s decision to reject arbitration requests over allegations of kickback payments made to real estate brokers over the sale of homes.
The California First District Court of Appeal recently ruled against San Mateo County Community College District for a second time over allegations that the college district violated the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
Attorney feels appeals court made correct decision to not grant immunity to Pacific Gas and Electric
Tim Tietjen, the attorney for Zachary Rowe and his guardians against Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), told the Northern California Record that the California First District Court of Appeal decided correctly in not award Pacific Gas and Electric the immunity it wanted.
Basil Plastiras, the attorney representing Patricia Davis Daneman Amster in her case against Frank Mulberg, disagreed with the California First District Court of Appeal's decision to not award his client attorney's fees.
Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) is not pleased with the California First Appellate District Court of Appeal's decision to not give the company immunity in a case involving an injury to a child and has asked the California Supreme Court to take up the case.
The California First District Court of Appeal recently upheld the Del Norte County Superior Court's denial of a writ of administrative mandate for the plaintiff in a dispute over plants growing on a property.