The UCL Practitioner
Monday, April 18, 2005
 
Supreme Court development
On Thursday, the Supreme Court gave itself 30 additional days, until May 13, 2005, to grant or deny review in Mastercard Int’l, Inc. v. Superior Court (Cal. Supreme Court case no. S131416). As you may recall, that review petition challenges San Francisco Superior Court Judge Richard A. Kramer’s first order holding that Prop. 64 does NOT apply to pending cases. Under Rule of Court 28.2(b), no further extensions are allowed, so if the petition is not granted by May 13, it will be deemed denied. This appears to be the only Prop. 64 case in which the Supreme Court has taken any action lately.
Comments:
Kimberly,
Enjoyed your talk on Prop 64 at the NOCALL conference on Saturday. In case anyone needs research of this measure, our firm can provide research of Prop 64 (2004). Log on to www.legintent.com or call 1-800-666-1917 for more info.
Maria
 
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