Our Amicus Committee works hard on behalf of ASCDC members, submitting multiple amicus curiae briefs and letters each year in cases pending in state and federal courts. The Committee supports selected petitions seeking California Supreme Court review, and identifies appropriate cases in which to request publication of unpublished California appellate opinions that are of interest to our members.
If you have a matter that you wish to bring to the attention of the Amicus Committee, please contact the Chair, Steven Fleischman at Horvitz & Levy, (818) 995-0800 or email@example.com.
Below are links to briefs and letters the Committee has filed since 2000, compiled in a searchable database.
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T.H. v. Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation
Addressing whether a defendant can be liable for damages to consumers who purchase products manufactured and supplied by someone other than the defendant, after the defendant has divested it's interest in the product line.
Perry v Bakewell Hawthorne, LLC et al.
Addressing whether Code of Civil Procedure section 2034.300, which requires a trial court to exclude the expert opinion of any witness offered by a party who has unreasonably failed to comply with the rules for exchange of expert witness information, applies to motions for summary judgment or adjudication.
Hernandezcueva et al. v. American Standard Inc. et al.
Garcia v. Jukes
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S.M. v. Los Angeles Unified School District
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