In two weeks, the California Apartment Association will argue for an early ruling on key parts of its legal challenge to Alameda County’s ongoing COVID-19 eviction moratorium.
CAA’s motion for summary judgment, filed in July, asserts that Judge Laurel Beeler has enough evidence at hand to decide in the plaintiff’s favor on the “facial” claims, or some of the baseline legal questions, in the case.
The leadup to the Sept. 29 hearing has produced a volley of briefs from both CAA and defendant Alameda County. This week, CAA filed a brief in response to Alameda County’s opposition to summary judgment.
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