Hundreds, if not thousands, of California unfair practice cases may have been thrown into limbo Monday when the state Supreme Court declared Proposition 64 retroactive without relying on the word “retroactive.”

That is, the court ruled that the controversial ballot measure, which limits private attorney general suits, applies to cases “pending” on the date it passed — sort of a limited form of retroactivity.

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