Jul 27, 2010 Government Liability
Arellano v. County of Los Angeles (July 27, 2010, No. B213224) 2010 WL 2905954 [nonpublished opinion]

County immunity for failing to provide medication for panic attacks during plaintiff’s less-than-daylong detention in jail

Feb 10, 2010 Civil Procedure
Arellano v. Regents of University of California (Feb. 10, 2010, G041485) 2010 WL 455396 [nonpublished opinion]

Plaintiff was represented by two law firms, neither of which prepared or filed opposition to the defendant’s motion for summary judgment based on the standard of care. One firm unilaterally withdrew from representing plaintiff a few days before the hearing and the other firm asked

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