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Canandaigua Wine Co. v. County of Madera, No. F055858

By FindLaw Staff on September 03, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

Plaintiff's appeal from an order summarily adjudicating one of the three causes of action in its petition for writ of administrative mandate involving the assessment of a winery is dismissed where a ruling on a petition for writ of mandate is not appealable if other causes of action remain pending between the parties. 

Read Canandaigua Wine Co. v. County of Madera, No. F055858

Appellate Information

Filed September 2, 2009


Opinion by Judge Levy


For Appellant:  Winston & Strawn, Charles J. Moll III, Amanda L. Groves, Troy M. Van Dongen and Kathleen F. McConnell

For Respondent:  Cota Cole & Associates, Dennis M. Cota and Carolyn J. Frank.

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