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2003 Summary Of Legislation, Assembly Committee On Jobs, Economic Development And The Economy Jan 2003

2003 Summary Of Legislation, Assembly Committee On Jobs, Economic Development And The Economy

California Assembly

No abstract provided.


2003 Bill Summary, Assembly Committee On Judiciary Jan 2003

2003 Bill Summary, Assembly Committee On Judiciary

California Assembly

No abstract provided.


2003 Legislative Bill Summary, Assembly Committee On Human Services Jan 2003

2003 Legislative Bill Summary, Assembly Committee On Human Services

California Assembly

No abstract provided.


2003 Legislative Summary, Assembly Committee On Local Government Jan 2003

2003 Legislative Summary, Assembly Committee On Local Government

California Assembly

No abstract provided.


2003 Legislative Summary, Assembly Committee On Insurance Jan 2003

2003 Legislative Summary, Assembly Committee On Insurance

California Assembly

No abstract provided.


Anti-Reproductive-Rights Crimes In California, 2003, California Department Of Justice Jan 2003

Anti-Reproductive-Rights Crimes In California, 2003, California Department Of Justice

California Agencies

Senate Bill 780, effective January 1, 2002, enacted two new laws: the California Freedom of Access to Clinic and Church Entrances (or California FACE) Act, and the Reproductive Rights Law Enforcement Act. The Reproductive Rights Law Enforcement Act added sections 13775 through 13779 to the California Penal Code requiring the Attorney General to collect and analyze information relating to anti-reproductive-rights crimes and submit a report to the Legislature. This publication is the result of that mandate.

An "anti-reproductive-rights crime" is defined in section 13776 (a) of the California Penal Code as "a crime committed partly or wholly because the victim ...


Annual Report 2002-2003: Growing Affordability, California Housing Finance Agency Jan 2003

Annual Report 2002-2003: Growing Affordability, California Housing Finance Agency

California Agencies

No abstract provided.


2003 California's Five-Year Infrastructure Plan, Office Of The Governor Jan 2003

2003 California's Five-Year Infrastructure Plan, Office Of The Governor

California Agencies

No abstract provided.


Golden Gate University School Of Law Llm In Tax 2003 Jan 2003

Golden Gate University School Of Law Llm In Tax 2003

Law School Bulletins & Prospectus

No abstract provided.


Golden Gate University School Of Law Llm In U.S. Legal Studies 2003-2004 Jan 2003

Golden Gate University School Of Law Llm In U.S. Legal Studies 2003-2004

Law School Bulletins & Prospectus

No abstract provided.


Golden Gate University School Of Law Llm In Environmental Law 2003-2004 Jan 2003

Golden Gate University School Of Law Llm In Environmental Law 2003-2004

Law School Bulletins & Prospectus

No abstract provided.


Law Career Services Brochure, Marketing Jan 2003

Law Career Services Brochure, Marketing

Law School Bulletins & Prospectus

This brochure is undated, but was produced c. 2002-2005.


Golden Gate University School Of Law Llm In Intellectual Property Law 2003-2004 Jan 2003

Golden Gate University School Of Law Llm In Intellectual Property Law 2003-2004

Law School Bulletins & Prospectus

No abstract provided.


Improving State Environmental Enforcement Performance Through Enhanced Government Accountability And Other Strategies, Clifford Rechtschaffen, David L. Markell Jan 2003

Improving State Environmental Enforcement Performance Through Enhanced Government Accountability And Other Strategies, Clifford Rechtschaffen, David L. Markell

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This Article discusses a number of options for EPA to strengthen state performance and bring it more in line with EPA's expectations. First, EPA must play a stricter gate-keeping function in initially authorizing state programs, and more regularly reassess and report the adequacy of state enforcement authorities and state capacity. Second, EPA must stop delivering a mixed message to the states about the enforcement practices it expects the states to follow. Instead, it must establish clear expectations for performance. Third, in terms of the substance of those expectations, EPA should revise its criteria for evaluating whether state enforcement programs ...


Interloper In The Fields Of Academe, Peter Keane Jan 2003

Interloper In The Fields Of Academe, Peter Keane

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First-time experiences of a non-traditional dean.


My Father Is A Woman, Oh No!: The Failure Of The Courts To Uphold Individual Substantive Due Process Rights For Transgender Parents Under The Guise Of The Best Interests Of The Child, Helen Chang Jan 2003

My Father Is A Woman, Oh No!: The Failure Of The Courts To Uphold Individual Substantive Due Process Rights For Transgender Parents Under The Guise Of The Best Interests Of The Child, Helen Chang

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Under the guise of the "best interest of the child," courts have denied biological and legal parents both custody and visitation rights over their children because these parents were either in the process of changing, or had completed a change, in their sexual and/or gender identity. One court has even terminated the parent-child relationship because of a parent's transgender status. This article proposes that a parent's transgender status does not render that parent per se unfit for custody and/or visitation. Rather, a parent's gender change should be used as merely one factor within the nexus ...


Broker Buying And Then Reselling: Roberts V Lomanto, 2003, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Broker Buying And Then Reselling: Roberts V Lomanto, 2003, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a California case which held that a seller’s real estate agent breached her fiduciary duty when she contracted to purchase the property, assigned the contract to a third party buyer, and refused to disclose to the seller the amount of the assignment fee or third party buyer’s purchase price.


Conflict Of Interest From Preparing Note Used By Client: Hetos Invs., Ltd. V Kurtin, 2003, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Conflict Of Interest From Preparing Note Used By Client: Hetos Invs., Ltd. V Kurtin, 2003, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a California case which held that a law firm not barred from representing its client in a lawsuit contending that a promissory note it prepared on the client’s behalf was usurious under California law.


Dragnet Clauses: Fischer V First Int’L Bank, 2003, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Dragnet Clauses: Fischer V First Int’L Bank, 2003, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a California case which held that a boilerplate “dragnet” clause in a deed of trust did not defeat the borrower’s claim that the bank’s other loans to the borrower were not cross-collateralized.


Frustrated High Bidders At Void Foreclosure Sales: Residential Capital V Cal-W. Reconveyance, 2003, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Frustrated High Bidders At Void Foreclosure Sales: Residential Capital V Cal-W. Reconveyance, 2003, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a California case which held that a high bidder at a foreclosure sale, who is later denied a trustee’s deed because of a defect discovered after its bid was accepted, has no claim to the “benefit of the bargain” damages.


Foreclosure Purchaser Vs Late Redeeming Owner: Nguyen V Calhoun, 2003, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Foreclosure Purchaser Vs Late Redeeming Owner: Nguyen V Calhoun, 2003, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a California case which held that a purchaser at a foreclosure sale acquires good title to property, despite the defaulting borrower’s sale of the property on the same day, when the lender did not receive the payoff funds until after the foreclosure sale.


Landlord’S Construction Of Defective Tenant Improvements: Del Taco V University Real Estate, 2003, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Landlord’S Construction Of Defective Tenant Improvements: Del Taco V University Real Estate, 2003, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a California case which held the transfer of property relieved a former lessor of liability to the lessee because the sale of the property terminated privity of estate.


Interference With Contract And The “Manager’S Privilege”: Huynh V Vu, 2003, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Interference With Contract And The “Manager’S Privilege”: Huynh V Vu, 2003, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a California case which held that, in an action by a broker against a seller’s husband, who managed the seller’s property, for tortious inference, the husband was entitled to assert the defense of “manager’s privilege.”


Love Your Husband – But Don’T Lend Him Money, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Love Your Husband – But Don’T Lend Him Money, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a California case where the husband’s note to his wife was held invalid for undue influence, and questions what unfair advantage means, its consequences, and how it can be rebutted.


Liquidated Damage Provisions In Sales Contracts: Timney V Lin, 2003, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Liquidated Damage Provisions In Sales Contracts: Timney V Lin, 2003, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a California case which held a provision providing for forfeiture of buyer’s deposit was unenforceable even when included in a settlement agreement.


Late Payment Penalties In Leases: Harbor Island Holdings V Kim, 2003, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Late Payment Penalties In Leases: Harbor Island Holdings V Kim, 2003, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a California case which held a provision of a commercial lease doubling rent in the event of breach by the tenant was an unenforceable penalty.


Measure Of Liability For Broker Misrepresentation: Fragale V Faulkner, 2003, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Measure Of Liability For Broker Misrepresentation: Fragale V Faulkner, 2003, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a California case which held that the measure of damages for a broker’s intentional misrepresentation to principal agent is not limited to the buyer’s out-of-pocket losses but may be measured by the benefit-of-the bargain rule.


Rent Control: Santa Monica Rent Control Bd. V Pearl Street, Llc, 2003, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Rent Control: Santa Monica Rent Control Bd. V Pearl Street, Llc, 2003, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a California case which held that a rent control board’s suit alleging that a landlord was not entitled to charge market rate rents was not a SLAPP suit because it was based on the alleged charging of unlawful rent, not the landlord’s act of filing documents with the board.


Redeeming From Tax Sales: Bevan V Socal Communications Sites, 2003, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Redeeming From Tax Sales: Bevan V Socal Communications Sites, 2003, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a Ninth Circuit case which held that when a lienor forecloses on a debtor’s property that which is also subject to an IRS lien, the lienor will not be equitably subrogated to the IRS claim where it eliminates the IRS’s right of redemption by paying the IRS the amount owed by the debtor to it.


Retaliatory Withdrawals From Rental Housing Market: Drouet V Superior Court, 2003, Roger Bernhardt Jan 2003

Retaliatory Withdrawals From Rental Housing Market: Drouet V Superior Court, 2003, Roger Bernhardt

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This article discusses a California case which held that in an unlawful detainer action, a landlord’s bona fide intent to withdraw the property from the rental market defeats the tenant’s claim of retaliatory eviction.