Statute of Limitations

Estate of Jackson (May 16, 2019, B282375) 2019 WL 2136114 [nonpublished opinion]

Court of Appeal rejects claim that Michael Jackson gave away 15% of his business at a middle-of-the-night meeting

Bioquest Venture Leasing Company-A, N.V. v. VivoRx Autoimmune, Inc. (Feb. 22, 2012, B225195) 2012 WL 592438 [nonpublished opinion]

This is GMSR’s second appellate victory in this case. In the first appeal, GMSR successfully argued for the reversal of a $2.5 million judgment on the basis of a statute of limitations defense. However, each side read the court of appeal’s disposition of the case

Genji Torihara v. Regents of University of California (May 18, 2010, B215801) 2010 WL 1972262 [nonpublished opinion]

Plaintiff injured his foot when the wheelchair in which he was riding hit a wall. He was in the hospital at the time, being pushed between the CT room and the x-ray room, for doctor-ordered tests for possible head injuries. Plaintiff did not file his

Apr 09, 2010 Healthcare Law
Gordon v. Kawamoto (Apr. 9, 2010, B211948) 2010 WL 1408986 [nonpublished opinion]

Injuries suffered allegedly as a result of surgery at UCSD in November 2003 following a dune buggy accident. Action filed in April 2007 was for injuries suffered during subsequent surgeries by a different doctor in 2004 and 2005. In July 2007, plaintiff attempted to add

Arredondo v. Regents of University of Cal. (2005) 131 Cal.App.4th 614

Accrual of cause of action for minor’s medical malpractice action under statute of limitations in Code of Civil Procedure section 340.5

Alexander v. Farmers Group, Inc. (June 16, 2004, B142432) 2004 WL 1344885 [nonpublished opinion]

Independent contractor claims for fraudulent inducement of employment barred by statute of limitations and parol evidence rule

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