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Around the web, July 20

All-California edition:

  • California Supreme Court decision restricts some uses of famous unfair competition (UCL) law [Cal Biz Lit, CL&P]
  • Burning Man case could be significant for assumption of risk in California law [Cal Biz Lit, Overlawyered, earlier]
  • "Ninth Circuit: Private Right of Action Can't Be Used to Enforce Municipalities' ADA Transition Plans" [Calif. Civil Justice] Famed Sacramento eatery squeezed by ADA claimant [Overlawyered]
  • "What Does It Take To Allege A Cause of Action In California State Court?" [Cal Biz Lit]
  • Unruh Act claim against furloughed government employee discounts draws wrath of legislature [Overlawyered]
  • Prop 65 committee votes against including baby-bottle plastic BPA on reproductive-harm warn list [ShopFloor and earlier, Cal Biz Lit] Medical marijuana must carry Prop 65 warnings [Overlawyered]
  • Ninth Circuit rejects suit against Wal-Mart by employees of foreign suppliers [Cal Law Legal Pad]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute


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