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« Materials from yesterday's seminar | Main | Recent UCL "unfair" prong decision: RLH Industries v. SBC Communications »

Monday, December 05, 2005

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John Hurley

Eddins v. Sumner Redstone actually seems to be a pretty vanilla "unlawful" case with respect to the UCL. The Court of Appeal decided that because there was a triable issue of material fact on a claim under the Unfair Practices Act, it was also error to grant summarry adjudication on a UCL claim:

"[S]ince the defendants’ conduct may be unlawful under the Unfair Practices Act, it necessarily follows that summary judgment on the UCL claim was also erroneous."

Kimberly

Looking at the case again, I think John's right.

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