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Sidewalk
June 19, 2018

Re-Evaluating Boundaries for Dangerous Conditions

A very favorable public entity decision was recently published by the Third District Court of Appeal, in the case of Biscotti v. Yuba City Unified School District, representing a strong judicial stance refusing to find a "dangerous condition of public property" when the nature of the condition was readily... Continue reading

Trail
May 4, 2018

Application of Trail Immunity to Paved Walkways Within City Parks

Of all the immunities afforded by the Government Tort Claims Act, it is the recreational trail immunity provided in Government Code ยง831.4, that reigns supreme. Since its adoption into the Government Code in 1963... Continue reading

Commercial Code
April 16, 2018

California's Quest for Harmony and The Advancement of Business Certainty and Uniformity Nationwide

This article examines Uniform Commercial Code ("UCC") section 2-725, "Statute of Limitations in Contracts for Sale," which has been adopted and enacted into law in California. [FN1] The goal of this article is two-fold: (1) to determine... Continue reading


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