What happens when a newspaper files for adjudication, but it doesn’t meet those requirements?

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The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals provides an outline that all attorneys practicing before it should read when filing or responding to an appeal. The document, entitled “Ninth Circuit Appellate Jurisdiction Outline,” reviews the numerous grounds that the Ninth Circuit will consider in rejecting an appeal on procedural grounds. For example, did you or your opposing […]

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California Government Code sections 6000 and 6008 are the two statutes that allow a publication to become adjudicated as a newspaper of general circulation (NGC) in California. This entitles the newspaper to publish legal advertising in its particular jurisdiction of adjudication. This article outlines the general parameters of these two statutes. California Government Code Section 6000 […]

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Plaintiffs asserting breach of contract/fraud claims often want to enforce those claims against more than just the signatories to the contract. Often times, for example, plaintiffs will also want to enforce a claim against the shareholders of a corporation who entered into an agreement, or against one or more members of an LLC that entered into […]

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