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Plaintiff: "Too $hort Owes Me!"
Highest Court California Court of Appeal
Year Ended 2010
Plaintiffs Individual(s)
Defendants County Entity and/or Official(s)
Other Too Short [$hort]
Short Description This is a lawsuit resulting from Too $hort's bankruptcy proceedings, in which Plaintiff, a previously victorious Plaintiff in a suit against $hort, sued the County of Los Angeles, alleging negligence in their failure to secure a $50,000+ judgment he was awarded in his first suit. Since Too $hort's money is in too short supply, Plaintiff sought to attach wages earned from MTV, but the Sheriff failed to do so. The court here alleges Plaintiff has no cause against the county fpr failure to attach $hort's earnings; a finding of negligence by Country officials requires officials breaching statutory duties, which did not occur here. - LSW

Legal Issues
Alternative Dispute Resolution Mediation General
Bankruptcy Chapter 7 Third-Party Claims & Accounts
Torts Negligence Property/Monetary Injury


Opinions Ellerbee v. County of Los Angeles
2010 WL 3370516
California Court of Appeal , August 27, 2010 ( No. B216848 )


Ellerbee v. County of Los Angeles
2009 WL 6622533
Superior Court of California , April 15, 2009 ( No. BC 385024 )


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Related Searches Parties
County Entity and/or Official(s) ( Defendant )
Individual(s) ( Plaintiff )
Too Short [$hort] ( Other )

Legal Issues
Alternative Dispute Resolution / Mediation / General
Bankruptcy / Chapter 7 / Third-Party Claims & Accounts
Torts / Negligence / Property/Monetary Injury

Courts
California Court of Appeal (highest court)
Superior Court of California


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