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Wednesday, December 15, 2004
Consumer Advocates briefs
Most of the Prop. 64 briefs in Consumer Advocates v. DaimlerChrysler Corp., case no. G029811 (Fourth Appellate District, Division Three), are now available online:
Although numerous parties wished to participate as amici curiae, on Monday, the Court of Appeal denied all of the then-pending requests and ordered the case "submitted this date for the time permitted by law." This means that we can expect a decision no later than March 13, 2005. (See Cal. Const, Art. VI, sec. 19; Gov. Code §68210.) My guess is they rule long before that.
- Consumer Advocates' letter brief on Proposition 64 (filed 12/03/04)
- DaimlerChrysler's letter brief on Proposition 64 (filed 12/03/04)
- Amicus curiae brief of Consumer Attorneys of California and other groups in support of Consumer Advocates (application for leave to file submitted on 12/03/04)
- Amicus curiae brief of AARP in support of Consumer Advocates (application for leave to file submitted on 12/03/04)
- Amicus curiae brief of Readylink Healthcare, Inc. in support of DaimlerChrysler (application for leave to file submitted on 12/06/04)
- Amicus curiae brief of Jacq Wilson in support of Consumer Advocates (application for leave to file submitted on or about 12/14/04)
UPDATE: Four of the above links are now password-protected. Needless to say, there was no password-protection when I drafted this post. The briefs are a matter of public record, and I urge those who are maintaining the site to remove the password-protection from those four documents. Meanwhile, I will revise my links as soon as I can.
UPDATE: I'm happy to report that most of the broken links have been replaced. My sincere thanks to counsel for Consumer Advocates for helping me make these briefs available online.
- posted by Kim Kralowec @ 10:28 AM
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