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2024.02.27 Special Motion to Strike 958
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2024.02.27
Excerpt: ...the docume nts. (Evid. Code, §§ 452, 453.) The proffered documents are not relevant to the Court's determination of this motion. (People v. Rowland (1992) 4 Cal.4th 238, 268, fn. 6 [Rowland]; see Malek Media Group LLC v. AXQG Corp. (2020) 58 Cal.App.5th 817, 825 [M alek]; People ex rel. Lockyer v. Shamrock Foods Co. (2000) 24 Cal.4th 415, 422 [Lockyer] [a precondition to the taking of judicial notice in either its mandatory or permissive form m...
2024.02.27 Motion to Transfer Venue 064
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2024.02.27
Excerpt: ...(a), 395, subd. (a), 396b, subd. (a).) “Where an action is brought against both corporate and individual defendants, venue is proper for the action as a whole if it is correct as to any defendant.” (Buran Equip. Co. v. Superior Court (1987) 190 Ca l.App.3d 1662, 1666 [emphasis added].) “[T]ort claims against a corporation [may] . . . be tried in any county in which the ‘liability arises' as well as in the county where the corporation's pr...
2024.02.16 Demurrer, Motion to Strike 086
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2024.02.16
Excerpt: ... (1992 ) 2 Cal.4th 962, 967.) The Court finds that the FAC fails to state facts sufficient to constitute this cause of action because plaintiff failed to file the requisite affidavit. (Civ. Code, § 1780, subd. (d).) The demurrer to the sixth cause of action (ne gligence) is SUSTAINED WITHOUT LEAVE TO AMEND. (Code Civ. Proc., § 430.10, subd. (e); see Blank v. Kirwan (1985) 39 Cal.3d 311, 318.) The Court finds that as the basis for the sixth c...
2024.02.14 Demurrer 586
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2024.02.14
Excerpt: ...that plaintiffs have failed to state facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action for all plaintiffs. (Lab. Code, § 226, subds. (f), (h); Johnson v. Clark (1936) 7 Cal.2d 529, 536 [a complaint is invulnerable to general demurrer if on any theory it states a cause of action]; see Del E. Webb Corp. v. Structural Materials Co. (1981) 123 Cal.App.3d 593, 604.) • Defendant's demurrer to the second cause of action for a violation of Labor Code s...
2024.02.13 Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings 686
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2024.02.13
Excerpt: ...; see Malek Media Group LLC v. AXQG Corp. (2020) 58 Cal.App.5th 817, 825 [Malek]; People ex rel. Lockyer v. Shamrock Foods Co. (2000) 24 Cal.4th 415, 422 [Lockyer] [a precondition to the taking o judicial notice in either its mandatory or permissive orm must be relevant to a material issue].) Deendant South Tahoe Public Utility District's request or judicial notice is DENIED. (Evid. Code, §§ 452, 453.) The pro¯ered documents are not relev...
2024.02.08 Motion to Deny Discovery Motions, to Compel Further Responses 078
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2024.02.08
Excerpt: ...., Zinn decl. [Þled January 12, 2024], ¶¶ 30-48; Tsivyan decl. [Þled January 26, 2024], ¶¶ 2-4.) If no hearing is requested, this tentative ruling is e¯ective immediately. No formal order pursuant to California Rules of Court, rule 3.1312 or further notice is required. Defendant's motions to compel further responses to discovery Plainti¯'s request for judicial notice in opposition to defendant's motions to compel further discovery respo...
2024.02.07 Motion to Compel Further Responses 740
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2024.02.07
Excerpt: ...to compel defendant City of Davis (“defendant”) to further respond to request for production of documents, set one, is GRANTED IN PART. (Code Civ. Proc., § 2031.310.) As to RFP nos. 1-8, and 14, the Court Þnds that defendant must produce the requested documents in its possession, custody, or control from 2009 to present. (See Code Civ. Proc., §§ 2031.210, subd. (a)(1), 2031.220.) As to RFP nos. 4-8, and 12, defendant has not provided a ve...
2024.02.07 Motion for Summary Judgment 200
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2024.02.07
Excerpt: ...ods Co. (2000) 24 Cal.4th 415, 422 [a precondition to the taking of judicial notice in either its mandatory or permissive form must be relevant to a material issue].) The Court declines to rule on defendant's evidentiary objections to plainti¯'s evidence as the evidence objected to is not germane to the disposition of defendant's motion for summary judgment. (Code Civ. Proc., § 437c, subd. (q).) Defendant's motion for summary judgment is GRANT...
2024.01.31 Motion to Compel Further Responses 394
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2024.01.31
Excerpt: ... LLC's urther response to demand or production numbers 1 & 2 is GRANTED. (Code Civ. Proc., § 2031.310.) Deendant agreed to supplement its responses to requests 1 & 2, but plainti¯ has not yet received them. (Smith decl., ¶ 13, Ex. 10, 12/11/23 e-mail exchange.) Deendant is DIRECTED to serve supplemental responses by February 7, 2024. • Plainti¯'s motion to compel deendant's urther responses to demand or production numbers 3, 5, & 1...
2024.01.10 Motion for Attorney Fees 612
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2024.01.10
Excerpt: ...ion. (Code Civ. Proc., 916, subd. (a); see Varian Medical Systems, Inc. v. Delfino (2005) 35 Cal.4th 180, 189— 190, 196 199.) The case management conference set for this date is hereby VACATED. If no hearing is requested, this tentative ruling is effective immediately. No formal order pursuant to California Rules of Court, rule 3.1312 or further notice is required. Moton to stay: Defendant request for judicial notice as to Item K is GRANTED. (E...
2024.01.10 Demurrer 507
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2024.01.10
Excerpt: ... document is genuine and accurate. [Citation]" ; Compl., 26.) Defendants' demurrer to plaintiffs' complaint as to defendant Cheryl walker, individually, is SUSTAINED WITH LEAVE TO AMEND. (Code Civ. Proc„ S 430.10, subd. (e); cal. Rules of court, rule 3.1320(g); see Buss v. J. O. Martin co. (1966) 241 cal. App. 2d 123, 133; Aubry v. Tri-City Hospital Dist. (1992) 2 Cal.4th 962, 967.) The Court finds that, based on the ShortForm Settlement Agreem...
2024.01.08 Motion for Appellate Attorney Fees 489
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2024.01.08
Excerpt: ... 187, 193 [the nature of a motion is determined by the nature of the relief sought, not by the label attached to it].) All papers opposing a motion must be filed with the court and a copy served on each party at least 9 court days before the hearing, unless the court or judge has prescribed a shorter time. (Code Civ. Proc., S 1005, subd. (bj.) Plaintiffs' opposition was filed on November 14, 2023. Nine court days before the hearing date (November...
2024.01.08 Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings 380
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2024.01.08
Excerpt: ... see Leek v. Cooper (2011) 194 Cal.App.4th 399, 417; Compl., 5, 9, 10, 13.) Defendants' motion asto the second cause of action for recovery under quantum meruit is DENIED. (Code Civ, Proc., S 438.) The Court finds that defendants have failed to provide any argument or legal authority that this cause of action is inconsistent with an oral [versus written] contract. (Cal. Rules of Court, rule 3.113(a); see Quantum Cooking Concepts, Inc. v. LV Assoc...
2023.12.28 Motion to Strike or Tax Costs 248
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2023.12.28
Excerpt: ...paration; thus, the Court taxes the claimed costs in the amount of $180.00. (Code Civ. Proc., S 1033.5, subds. (a)(l), (c)(2); Melnyk v. Robledo (1976) 54 Cal.App.3d 618, 624.) • Item 4— deposition costs ($26,141.39): The Court finds defendant has claimed fees that are unsupported by the documentation provided, or relates to fees for expert witness that are expressly not allowed; thus, the Court taxes the claimed costs in the amount of $15,77...
2023.12.21 Demurrer, Motion to Strike 630
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2023.12.21
Excerpt: ...ition. (Cal. Rule of Court, rule 3.1300(d); see Juarez v. Wash Depot Holdings, Inc. (2018) 24 Cal.App.5th 1197, 1202; see also Rancho Mirage Country Club Homeowners Assn. v. Hazelbaker (2016) 2 Cal.App.5th 252, 262 [stating that "a trial court has broad discretion to accept or reject late-filed papers."].) The Court rules upon Yolo County's demurrer and motion to strike plaintiffs' second amended complaint ("SAC") as follows: Yolo County's demurr...
2023.12.18 Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings 380
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2023.12.18
Excerpt: ...; see Leek v. Cooper (2011) 194 Cal.App.4th 399, 417; Compl., 5, 9, 10, 13.) Defendants' motion asto the second cause of action for recovery under quantum meruit is DENIED. (Code Civ, Proc., S 438.) The Court finds that defendants have failed to provide any argument or legal authority that this cause of action is inconsistent with an oral [versus written] contract. (Cal. Rules of Court, rule 3.113(a); see Quantum Cooking Concepts, Inc. v. LV Asso...
2023.12.11 Motion for Attorney Fees, Request for Discovery 489
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2023.12.11
Excerpt: ... Cal.App.4th 187, 193 [the nature of a motion is determined by the nature of the relief sought, not by the label attached to itl.) All papers opposing a motion must be filed with the court and a copy served on each party at least 9 court days before the hearing, unless the court or judge has prescribed a shorter time. (Code Civ. Proc., S 1005, subd. (b).) Plaintiffs' opposition was filed on November 14, 2023. Nine court days before the hearing da...
2023.12.06 Motion to Compel Further Responses, for Monetary Sanctions 686
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2023.12.06
Excerpt: ...n plaintiff's response to the FROG and RPD. Defendant failed to provide any factual arguments or legal authority within its memorandum of points and authorities in support of this aspect of the motion, as required. (Cal. Rules of Court, rule 3.1113(b); Code Civ. Proc„ 52031.310, subd. he Court DENIES the motion as to the objections contained within plaintiff's supplemental responses to defendant's discovery requests, which were provided in resp...
2023.12.05 Motion for Return of Property 714
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2023.12.05
Excerpt: ...earms dealer within California. (Opposition, pp. 2 & 8.) Further, this Court finds that, as owner of the "Group 2" firearms, Lorenzo can direct the disposition of these weapons to a licensed firearms dealer for subsequent sale. (See Henderson v. United States (2015) 575 U.S. 622, 530-631; see also Penal Code, SS 30800, subds. & (c) ["possession of any assault weapon... in violation of this chapter is a public nuisance"], emphasis added, 30605, 30...
2023.11.28 Motion for Attorney Fees 958
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2023.11.28
Excerpt: ...e Civ. Proc., S 425.16, subd. (c)(l).) On September 27, 2021, this Court granted cross- defendants' special moton to strike. (Code Civ. Proc„ S 425.16.) On November 3, 2021, the Court awarded cross-defendants, as the prevailing defendants, $30,555.00 in attorney's fees and $466.85 in costs. (Code Civ. Proc„ S 425.15, subd. (c)(l).) Cross-complainants appealed both orders. On July 28, 2023, this Court received the remittitur from the Third Dis...
2023.11.17 Motion for Summary Adjudication 997
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2023.11.17
Excerpt: ...s ("Zipcar") objections to evidence nos. 1-3 are OVERRULED. The Court declines to rule on Zipcar's remaining objections as the evidence objected to is not relevant to deciding this moton. Civ. Proc., S 437c, subd. (q).) The Court declines to rule on plaintiff's objection to Officer Diaz's video and transcript as the evidence objected to is not relevant to deciding this motion. (Code Civ. Proc., S 437c, subd. (q).) Plaintiff's motion for summary a...
2023.11.08 Motion to Strike, Demurrer 724
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2023.11.08
Excerpt: ...strikes the following language from the complaint as to City, only: • „ improperly controlled/enforced speed limits in the above-described roadway, thereby created a hazard and increasing the potential for catastrophic injury and death. (Compl., 38e.) • had other defects or conditions that contributed to the SUBJECT INCIDENT. (Compl., 38g.) The notice of motion provides notice of this Court's tentative ruling system; however, the notice cit...
2023.11.03 Motion for Leave to Amend Responses to RFAs 078
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2023.11.03
Excerpt: ...h 1403, 1420." Further, "the court's discretion to deny a motion under the statute is limited to circumstances where it is clear that the mistake, inadvertence, or neglect was inexcusable, or where it is clear that the withdrawal or amendment would substantially prejudice the party who obtained the admission in maintaining that party's action or defense on the merits. (ld. at pp. 1420—1421.) The Court finds that defendant's admissions were the ...
2023.11.02 Motion for Summary Judgment 236
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2023.11.02
Excerpt: ...15, 422 [a precondition to the taking of judicial notice in either its mandatory or permissive form must be relevant to a material issue].) The Court SUSTAINS IN PART defendants Regents of the university of California ("Regents") Tracy Grissom ("Grissom") and Mary Elizabeth Floyd's ("Floyd") (collectively "defendants") objections to evidence offered by plaintiff, number 1, on the basis that the third sentence in paragraph 12 of William M. Bowen's...
2023.10.26 Motion for Leave to Amend 078
Location: Yolo
Judge: Rosenberg, David 14
Hearing Date: 2023.10.26
Excerpt: ...eprived of the right to assert a meritorious cause of action or a meritorious defense, it is not only error but an abuse of discretion." (Morgan v. Superior Court of Cal. In and For Los Angeles County (1959) 172 Cal.App.2d 527, 530.) First, the Court finds that plaintiff did not unreasonably delay in seeking to amend the complaint. (Cf. Fisher v. Larsen (1982) 138 Cal.App.3d 627, 649; Tsivyan decl., "1 4-7.) Second, the Court acknowledges that "t...

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