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About the Word “Vexatious”

[First published November 26, 2013 –  1393 views until now] About the word “Vexatious” In general usage, the word “vexatious” means blameworthy English language dictionaries define “vexatious” conduct as conduct that is blameworthy. “Vexatious”, in general usage, refers to someone … Continue reading

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Pierce v. Cantil-Sakauye class action Opening Brief filed 11-08-2013

[First published Nov.15, 2013 – 493 views until now] Pierce v. Cantil-Sakauye class action Opening Brief filed 11-08-2013 “Arch Cunningham, the attorney representing the class of parents who were stigmatized as vexatious, has filed his opening brief with the Ninth … Continue reading

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Prior Restraint Errors in Wolfgram v. Wells Fargo – Part 2

[First published Oct. 31, 2013 – 233 views until now] Judge Morrison’s Error # 4 – A “Partial Restriction” is still a “prior restraint” Judge Morrison holds that what he describes as a “partial restriction” does not constitute a prior … Continue reading

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Wolfe v. George – Judge Kleinfeld’s Judicial Shortchange

[First published Oct. 23, 2013 – 216 views until now] California’s so-called “Vexatious Litigants” Statute” (“VLS” – California Civil Procedure Code Section 391 et seq) was passed by the California Legislature in 1963. The VLS permits a defendant to move … Continue reading

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