The UCL Practitioner
Thursday, July 01, 2004
"Court to define 17200's reach in other states"
So reports today's Recorder, referring to the Supreme Court's grant of review yesterday in Snowney v. Harrah's Entertainment, Inc., 116 Cal.App.4th 996 (2004). I disagree with the Recorder's slant on the article. Snowney is a personal jurisdiction case that involves the UCL only incidentally. As far as I can tell, the UCL component of the case had no impact on the court's jurisdictional analysis. Nor does the Supreme Court's order list say anything about the UCL aspect of the case. The Recorder headline might as well read "Court to define breach of contract's reach in other states," as the case also involves that claim as well as unjust enrichment and false advertising.
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