Brief Writing – NOT

Read this opinion starting at Page 17 to get a court’s insight on how not to present an appeal.

An example: “Further, most of plaintiffs’ claims are patently disingenuous. Arguments regarding use of the Streamlined Rules, failure to find the arbitration was binding, the selection of the arbitrator and his subsequent disclosures or lack thereof, and the order compelling arbitration distort the law, the facts, and logic.”


Thanks to Shaun Martin at California Appellate Report for bringing this case to my attention.

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