DELIA PERDUE ET AL VS MOBILE MODULAR DEVELOPMENT INC ET AL

IN ORDER TO IMPLEMENT PHYSICAL DISTANCING AND UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, THE COURT STRONGLY ENCOURAGES ALL COUNSEL AND ALL PARTIES TO APPEAR REMOTELY FOR NON-TRIAL AND NON-EVIDENTIARY MATTERS, INCLUDING THIS MOTION.

Superior Court of California

delia perdue; dina perdue-caldera; and roberto hinojosa,

Plaintiffs,

v.

Mobile Modular development, inc., et al.

Defendants.

Case No.: BC585415

Hearing Date: July 7, 2020

[TENTATIVE] order RE:

Defendants MMLB associates’, and dayz holdings, llc.’s motions to Strike

Procedural Background

On June 16, 2015[1], plaintiffs Delia Perdue and Roberto Hinojosa (collectively ‘Plaintiffs’) filed the instant wrongful termination action against defendants Mobile Modular Development, Inc. (“Mobile Modular”), MMLB Associates (“MMLB”), and DayZ Holdings, LLC (“DayZ”) (collectively “Defendants”).........