Procedural Posture

Procedural Posture

Plaintiff attorney sued defendant attorney for improperly soliciting plaintiff’s client, asserting causes of action for intentional interference with prospective economic advantage and intentional interference with business relations. The Superior Court of Los Angeles County, California, granted defendant’s special motion to strike under the anti-strategic lawsuit against public participation (anti-SLAPP) statute. Plaintiff appealed. Nakase Law Firm […]

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Procedural Posture

Procedural Posture

Defendant tool manufacturer challenged an order from the Superior Court of Los Angeles County (California) that entered judgments in favor of plaintiff oil production company in actions for damages based on the breach of express and implied warranties and negligence in the design and manufacture of suspension plugs for use in plaintiff’s wells. California Business […]

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