Glitch Keeps First District Opinions Out of View

Computer problems may have contributed to opinions from the First District Court of Appeal not reaching the California Courts Web site on Monday.  

That’s what Division Three clerk Jacqueline Alameda surmised when the lack of both published and unpublished opinions was pointed out to her Monday afternoon.

One of the missing opinions was San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association v. Health Net of California, A104458, in which the insurer argued that it was in its rights to decline to renew health coverage to the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association. The case’s docket says there was an unpublished opinion authored by Justice Carol Corrigan on Monday.

But without that opinion, all that is known is just what’s on the docket: “The granting of the preliminary injunction is affirmed. The denial of the petition to compel arbitration is reversed. The matter is remanded for reconsideration of Health Net’s petition. The parties shall bear their own costs on appeal. (also for A104459).?

— Candice McFarland
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