...3016 and 3211(a)(7) for failing to plead a claim of fraud with the requisite particularity; (4) dismissing the ninth and tenth cause of...
...agreement. An arbitration clause cannot be avoided by recasting the claims as torts against an owner, officer, agent or affiliate, and it is impractical to...
...sister, and for leave to amend their answer to add fraud as an affirmative defense, and a violation of the General Business Law §...
Saavedra v. Eli Lilly and Co., 2013 WL 6345442, No. 2:12âcvâ9366 (C.D. Cal. Feb. 26, 2013) Plaintiffs brought a putative class action under the consumer protection laws of California, Massach
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