Yesterday, the Supreme Court granted review in Reid v. Google, no. S158965. In that case, the Court of Appeal held (among other things) that the UCL did not permit the plaintiff to recover his unvested stock options as "restitution" in an individual action for age discrimination. Reid v. Google, Inc., 155 Cal.App.4th 1342 (2007).
Because the Supreme Court has not yet posted its statement of issues on review, we can't tell whether the Supreme Court will be reviewing the restitution issue or some other issue in the case. The Court of Appeal's opinion also addressed some interesting issues regarding summary judgment procedure, one of which might have grabbed the Supreme Court's attention. My original post on Reid v. Google is here.