The UCL Practitioner
Monday, December 13, 2004
Petition for review filed in Krumme
Last Thursday, December 9, the defendant in Krumme v. Mercury Ins. Co., 123 Cal.App.4th 924 (2004) (rehearing summarily denied 11/29/04) filed a petition for review with the California Supreme Court. The docket is accessible here. For more on Krumme, see these posts.

UPDATE: Footnote three of the petition for review cites this blog. The fact that I compiled a list of online law firm articles addressing Prop. 64 hardly means that review should be granted in Krumme. I appreciate the cite, but anyone could have done the same. Moreover, all but one of those articles were client "alerts" written by defense firms. Defense attorneys have been issuing client "alerts" for years, long before they started posting them online. These "alerts" play a valuable role in client service and development, and when I was a defense attorney, I authored them myself. If their prevalence were reason for the Supreme Court to grant review, the defense bar would enjoy an unprecedented degree of control over the Court's docket. That's something I trust will never happen.
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