Monday, September 09, 2013

Cunningham v. Magidow (Cal. Ct. App. - Aug. 30, 2013)

Right on, Justice Rothschild.

I agree with every single word she writes in this opinion.

It's an otherwise boring little case about how one satisfies a judgment.  But it's a perfect example of an appellate court stepping in and stopping one of the parties from successfully being the _______ that he is.

The trial court didn't do justice.  The Court of Appeal definitely did.


P.S. - I like this one too.  Also by Justice Rothschild.  Rendered on the same day.  Straightforward and utterly correct.