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How do I find more info about these cases on a county court website?

https://www.saccourt.ca.gov/search.aspx?q=kb%20homes I tried looking up the case numbers, but couldn't find anything
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How can I find cases where the DOJ Civil Division was plaintiff?

I am not looking for defense, or for criminal investigations. I am trying to find out what sort of civil cases the DOJ brings.
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Alleging a civil conspiracy between individual and company

If an individual engages in a civil conspiracy with employees of a company, can one allege in a complaint that the "individual acted in concert with the company" or must one allege that the "...
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Lower jury award if sue company and individual vs just company?

Do juries tend to award less damages if a Plaintiff sues an individual and his/her employer vs. just the employer? In other words should the potential sympathy a jury has for the individual influence ...
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How to seek concurrence for motion before service of process?

Should a Plaintiff, who is required to seek concurrence before moving to amend a complaint, do so before a defendant has been served with the original complaint? If Plaintiff is required to do so, ...
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Can a defendant co-conspirator in a civil suit by held liable for the damages arising from acts of a non-party co-conspirator?

In other words, can a named, party conspirator be held liable not only for their part in the conspiracy but also for other co-conspirators that are part of the conspiracy but not sued?
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Risky if Plaintiff does not sue all possible co-conspirators?

Is there a danger that if a Plaintiff in a civil case does not sue all co-conspirators but calls these unnamed conspirators as witnesses, that a jury might attribute less fault or no fault to the ...
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Consumer rights for internet contracts - additional costs incured - Germany

I'm located in some EU country. I've bought (as in signed a contract over the internet) a product from a company located in Germany. I've paid the product via bank transfer and got there to retrieve ...