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Ohton v. California State Univ. of San Diego, No. D053738

In plaintiff's request for a writ of mandate to seek civil damages against a university for retaliation, trial court's denial of plaintiff's request is reversed as, the university did not satisfactorily address plaintiff's complaint because it applied an incorrect standard in evaluating whether his retaliation claims were made in good faith, and also failed to address the matter of discipline and punishment despite having found retaliation.   

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Appellate Information

Filed January 12, 2010

Judges

Opinion by Judge O'Rourke

Counsel
For Appellant:  Schoville & Arnell, Dennis A. Schoville, Louis G. Arnell, James S. Iagmin; Boudreau Williams and Jon R. Williams

For Appellee:   Gordon & Rees, Christopher B. Cato, Eric M. Volkert and James J. McMullen, Jr.