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Court articulates factors to award attorneys’ fees

Where the divorcing parties each seek attorneys’ fees from the other, the court provides the guidelines and considerations it uses to determine whether to shift attorneys’ fees and whether a fee request is reasonable. Discussion “[T]here is little authority to ...

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Wages cannot be recouped for alleged concealed wrongdoing

Plaintiff employer cannot recoup compensation paid to defendant employee while he allegedly concealed job-related wrongdoing. This letter opinion is issued to explain why it differs from an opposite conclusion another judge of this court reached in a related case. Overview ...

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Owners enjoined from parking truck on property

After receiving notice to remove a truck from their property, defendant provided insufficient evidence that he successfully converted the truck from an impermissible commercial vehicle into a permissible recreational vehicle. As a result, an injunction will issue compelling defendant to ...

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Separate property not subject to distribution

Where the parties’ antenuptial agreement is ambiguous, the court determines, after considering extrinsic evidence, that the agreement is best understood as barring equitable distribution of the parties’ separate property brought into, and acquired during, the marriage. This includes any gain ...

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No jurisdiction for defamation claim against UK newspaper

Plaintiff, a solicitor in the United Kingdom and a California resident, has not demonstrated how this court can assert personal jurisdiction over his defamation claim against the Daily Mail, a UK newspaper, arising from matters occurring in the UK involving ...

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