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As a former judicial law clerk for both trial and appellate courts, Cory Webster knows how to persuade judges. Clients call on him to win appeals and key trial motions in complex commercial litigation. Cory frequently drafts appellate briefs in the California Court of Appeal, California Supreme Court, and the Ninth Circuit, as well as post-trial motions and letter briefs to appellate courts. He advises clients and trial counsel on appellate options after adverse non-dispositive rulings, and he prepares and defends against writ petitions in appellate courts.

Is Wi-Fi sickness a disability? The California Court of Appeal just said it is in Brown v. Los Angeles Unified School District (2d Dist., Div. Eight), Case No. B294240. In a case that tests the limits of California’s liberal pleading standard, the appellate court green-lighted a claim of a woman who asserted a disability of “electromagnetic hypersensitivity,” or, as the concurring justice put it, “Wi-Fi sickness.”
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