After two weeks with no conferences, the California Supreme Court held its (usually) weekly conference today. The only marginally notable result I see is:
- A non-substantive correction to the opinion in Martinez v. Combs (June 9, 2010) (expansive definition of "employee" for certain labor code violations) was issued. The decision was mentioned on this blog here.
A reader alerts me to the fact that I missed one key petition grant:
- Coito v. Superior Court will be reviewed by the Supreme Court. See post for discussion about this interesting work product decision. At least we may finally get some guidance about the reach of Nacht & Lewis Architects, Inc. v. Superior Court, 47 Cal.App.4th 214 (1996).