The Second Appellate District, Division Four, in Olive v. General Nutrition Centers (GNC), Inc., B279490 (11/02/18), was confronted with the question whether a plaintiff who was awarded in excess of $1 million on one claim, but did not prevail on significant other claims whereby he sought as much as $23 million, was the “prevailing party”…

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California Code of Civil Procedure section 437c, subdivision (e), states that summary judgment may not be denied solely on the basis of the credibility of the moving party’s witnesses. However, summary judgment may be denied at the court’s discretion if the only proof of a material fact offered in support of the summary judgment is…

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