Calif. Appellate Court Asks Trial Court to Show Why Writ Shouldn’t Be Granted in Asbestos Dispute



DOCUMENTS
  • Notice to the Bar, Order
  • Order to Show Cause
  • Writ


SAN FRANCISCO –– A California appellate court has asked a trial court to show why the relief requested in a recent writ of mandate and/or prohibition regarding deposition time limits should not be granted.

In a June 25 order to show cause, the California Court of Appeal, First Appellate District, Division Five, asked that real parties in interest to serve and file a return to the petition on or before July 2. Oral arguments were set for July 15.

In a separate filing the same day, the appellate court recognized that “numerous other defendants in the underlying superior court …






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