Apr 16, 2012 Anti-SLAPP Law
Williams v. County of Los Angeles (Apr. 16, 2012, B229683) 2012 WL 1260163 [nonpublished opinion]

“Plaintiff was a lay advocate, representing public employees before the Civil Service Commission. After the Commission banned him from appearing before it and its hearing officers for disruptive behavior, plaintiff sued multiple parties, including the Commission, the County of Los Angeles, and a former fire

Williams v. County of Los Angeles (9th Cir. 2006) 205 Fed.Appx. 593

A prisoner filed a section 1983 action, pro se, against the County of Los Angeles, alleging he was denied a lower bunk even though he had medical authorization for one. The memorandum opinion holds that the district court: (1) properly granted summary judgment on plaintiff’s

Williams v. Bendetti Management Group (July 27, 2005, G031578) 2005 WL 1785965, as modified on denial of reh’g (June 19, 2006), vacated sub nom. Williams v. Benedetti Management Group (Cal. Ct. App., May 19, 2006, No. G031578) 2006 WL 1381853 [nonpublished opinion]

Procedural requirements in class action concerning mobile home park

Edwards v. Williams (Apr. 22, 1991, B038269)

Fraud from defendant attorney’s receipt of fee in underlying medical malpractice case

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