State Supreme Court wraps up a busy year of significant rulings
The California Supreme Court’s 2004-05 term was unusual in the subject matter breadth and the number of significant rulings. Among other topics, the rulings touched on voter initiatives, workplace sexual harassment, the rights of domestic partners, arbitration and the right to a jury, punitive damages and separation of powers.
In last month’s Bar Journal I addressed the first three topics; what follows is an analysis of the final three.
California Bar Journal
Kelso, J. Clark, "State Supreme Court wraps up a busy year of significant rulings" (2005). McGeorge School of Law Scholarly Articles. 443.