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- Calif. court rules in favor of PEX piping. DeRosa, Angie // Plastics News;12/23/2002, Vol. 14 Issue 43, p1
Focuses on a decision of Superior Court of Los Angeles, California in which they have overturned ruling restrictions on PEX pipe and permits to use cross-linked polyethylene pipes. State agencies involved in the court case; Environmental concerns raised by state's Building Standards Commission.
- Equality breakthroughs: California court says marriage ban unconstitutional. Jordan, Susan // Empty Closet;Jun2008, Issue 413, p1A
The article reports on the decision of the California Supreme Court to overturn a ban on gay marriage as unconstitutional which paves the way for California to become the second state where gay and lesbian residents can legally marry. The ruling should be verified by the secretary of state in a...
- Legal Briefs. // HR Specialist;May2013, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p3
The article offers news briefs related to labor law in the U.S. in 2013 including the risks of a commission-only pay practice and the rulings for the court cases Furtado v. State Personnel Board and Wanke v. Superior Court, Court of Appeal of California.
- California Supremes Decline Review of Lease-Leaseback Ruling. Webster, Keeley // Bondbuyer.com;8/28/2015, p1
The California Supreme Court declined to review an appeals court's decision on a contested financing method used by Fresno Unified School District.
- Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Employers in Retaliation Case. Chambers, Heather // San Diego Business Journal;3/24/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p37
The article focuses on the ruling of the California Supreme Court in favor of employers in retaliation case Jones v. The Lodge at Torrey Pines Partnership. The supreme court ended that individuals could not be held liable in incidents involving workplace retaliation. Moreover, the court held a...
- See, We Just Don't Want to Get Involved In Politics... // Advocate;8/23/79, Issue 274, p27
Reports on the California State Supreme Court in May regarding Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co.'s discrimination against gays.
- Guard Company Not Liable For Arson. Gold, Lessing E. // SDM: Security Distributing & Marketing;Apr2000, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p120
Focuses on a ruling by the California Supreme Court, which dealt with the liability of a guard company for the arson committed by its employee. Clarification of the licensing requirements of the Business and Professions Code; Private Security Services Act.
- California Supreme Court Declines Appeal Of Prop 103 Ruling Upholding Territorial Rating. // Insurance Advocate;4/14/2001, Vol. 112 Issue 15, p10
Discusses the decision of the California Supreme Court not to review an appellate court ruling that upheld Insurance Department regulations to implement Proposition 103. Decision of the appellate court; How the Personal Insurance Federation of California described the ruling.
- Dispatch: Little Help For Gay Couples. // Advocate;2/23/77, Issue 210, p8
Reports on the ruling of the California Supreme Court that non-married gay partners living together are subject to the same express or implied agreements and the ensuing community property rights as married couples.