E-mails flew between litigators last week as word spread that the California Supreme Court had agreed to resolve a thorny issue over how trial court judges should treat evidence. Specifically, the court decided, in granting review of a Google age discrimination case, that it was time to take a closer look at so-called Biljac rulings to clarify what lawyers and trial court judges must do to ensure that evidentiary objections are preserved for appellate review when summary judgment motions are decided.
Google Appeal Carries Big Evidence Issue
February 4, 2008
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