Olinick v. BMG Entertainment, 138 Cal. App. 4th 1286 (2006) Martin Olinick, a lawyer who is admitted to practice both in New York and California, began working for BMG’s predecessor, RCA Records in New York in 1971. In the last of a series of 3-year employment agreements between the parties, Olinick and BMG executed an … Continue Reading
Murphy v. Schneider Nat’l, Inc., 349 F.3d 1224 (9th Cir. 2003) Charles E. Murphy was injured on premises owned by Trane Company while he was working as a long-haul trucker for Schneider National, Inc. Murphy filed a personal injury action against Schneider (which had failed to maintain a workers’ compensation policy) and Trane in the … Continue Reading
Intershop Communications AG v. Superior Court, 104 Cal. App. 4th 191 (2002) Frank Martinez, a California resident, sued his former employer, Intershop Communications, Inc., and its German parent company for breach of a stock options exchange agreement. The exchange agreement contained a choice-of-law (German law) and forum-selection clause (Hamburg, Germany). The trial court denied Intershop’s … Continue Reading
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