Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Long v. Century Ins. Co. (Cal. Ct. App. - June 17, 2008)

It's rarely a good sign when the Court of Appeal quotes your brief in its opinion. Because usually that means that they're just teeing your argument up to take a huge whack at it.

As here.

Which is not fantastic news for Incline Village attorney (my wife says: "Nice life!") Jay B. Long. Who's not only the attorney representing the appellant on appeal, but who's also the appellant. Oh, yeah. Also the loser.

So off to arbitration for you, Jay. Think of it as a sort of "legal roulette" thing akin to some of the stuff you see on the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe. Though a lot less fun.