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Los Angeles International Airport with its streets, entrances and exits. In the foreground is the LAX-sign. (Photo: Michael Rosebrock/Shutterstock) Los Angeles International Airport with its streets, entrances and exits. In the foreground is the LAX-sign. Photo: Michael Rosebrock/Shutterstock

A California appellate court on Monday revived an excessive force lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles, its airport authority and a police officer that had previously been tossed because of the plaintiff’s conviction for disturbing the peace.

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Ross Todd

Ross Todd is the Editor/columnist for the Am Law Litigation Daily. He writes about litigation of all sorts. Previously, Ross was the Bureau Chief of The Recorder, ALM's California affiliate. Contact Ross at rtodd@alm.com. On Twitter: @Ross_Todd.

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