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14-56120 - Liberty Surplus Insurance Corp, et al v. Ledesma and Meyer Construction, et al


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14-56120 - Liberty Surplus Insurance Corp, et al v. Ledesma and Meyer Construction, et al
August 22, 2016
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Filed Order for PUBLICATION (THOMAS I. VANASKIE, MARY H. MURGUIA and PAUL J. WATFORD) We respectfully request that the Supreme Court of California exercise its discretion to decide the certified question set forth in Part II of this order.(SEE ORDER FOR FULL TEXT) In accordance with California Rule of Court 8.548, the Clerk of this Court is hereby directed to file in the Supreme Court of California, under official seal of the Ninth Circuit, copies of all relevant briefs and excerpts of record, and an original and ten copies of the request with a certification of service on the parties. Further proceedings before us are stayed pending the Supreme Court of California’s decision regarding certification and, in the event the certification is accepted, our receipt of the answer to the question certified. This case is withdrawn from submission, but we retain jurisdiction over further proceedings after the Supreme Court of California renders a decision or declines to answer the certified question. The parties shall notify the Clerk of this Court within one week after the Supreme Court of California accepts or rejects certification. If the Supreme Court of California denies the request for certification, this case will be automatically resubmitted upon notice of that denial. If the Supreme Court of California accepts the certified question, the case will be automatically resubmitted upon receipt of the Supreme Court of California’s answer to the certified question. Additionally, if our request for certification is accepted, the parties shall file a joint status report with our Court every six months. IT IS SO ORDERED. [10094523]