The California Supreme Court recently held that Section 637.2 of the California Invasion of Privacy Act, Pen. Code, § 630, et seq. (“CIPA”) prohibits parties as well as nonparties from intentionally recording a communication transmitted between a cellular or cordless...
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Month: March 2021
- 9th Cir. Holds Only Defendants May Remove an Action to Federal Court; Unnamed Real Party in Interest Cannot Remove Action; Splits With 2nd Cir.
- Estate’s Personal Rep Can Sue Individually for Elder Abuse Where Rep is Also Beneficiary of Estate
- California Invasion of Privacy Act Prohibits Recording Cellphone Communications Without Consent
- Calif. App. Court: Holder Rule Limits Attorney’s Fees to Amount Paid; Preempts Civil Code § 1459.5
- Calif. App. Court Holds Arbitrator Cannot Determine Whether to Compel Nonsignatory to Arbitrate