The UCL Practitioner
Wednesday, July 20, 2005
 
BREAKING NEWS: Supreme Court grants review in Thornton and depublishes Frey
Today, the Supreme Court granted review in Thornton v. Career Training Center, Inc., 128 Cal.App.4th 116 (2005) (link to the docket) and depublished Frey v. Trans Union Corp., 127 Cal.App.4th 986 (2005) (link to the docket). Its order in Thornton reads:
Petition for review GRANTED. Further action in this matter is deferred pending consideration and disposition of a related issue in Californians for Disability Rights v. Mervyn's, S131798, and Branick v. Downey Savings & Loan, S132433 (see Cal. Rules of Court, rule 28.2(d)(2)), or pending further order of the court. Submission of additional briefing, pursuant to California Rules of Court, rule 29.1, is deferred pending further order of the court. The request for an order directing depublication of the opinion is denied as moot.
That means that as of today, the only citable precedents on Prop. 64 retroactivity are Kintetsu and Huntingdon Life Sciences. (Many thanks to the reader who brought these developments to my attention.)
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