Search Cases By Party Name
This search method should
be used only if you know the exact name and spelling of the parties. Do
not use this method if you are unsure of a partys name. Instead, use
another search method such as Citation Search (if you know the citation),
Keyword Search, Advanced Search or Natural Language Search.
Suppose you want to find
the case: Xuereb v. Marcus & Millichap, Inc. (1992)
3 Cal.App.4th 1338. Here's
- In the left frame where
it says Search Cases, click on By Party Name.
- If you know the name(s)
of one or both parties, type one or both names in the box that says
- For Xuereb v. Marcus &
- You can also type:
Xuereb Marcus or Xuereb v. Marcus.
- All databases are
selected by default.
- If you would like to
search only one database, click on the database you want to search. This
database will remain highlighted.
- Click on "Find It!"
- A new screen with your
Search Results will appear.
- A search of Xuereb and
Marcus has resulted in one Hit.
- To see the results of
your search, click on Click Here to View Results.
- The results of your
search will appear in two frames. On the left is a Table of Contents
with the citation of the case containing the partys names you
searched. In the right frame is the full case.
- To view the case in
full screen, click on the Document icon in the bottom frame.
- To view the citation in
full screen, click on the Contents icon in the bottom frame.
- If you want to retrieve
a California case cited within the case you are reading, place your
cursor directly on the citation of the case you want to view and click
on the citation.
- The case cited will
- To return to the
original case simply place the cursor on the Back arrow on your
browser's toolbar, and you will return to your original case. [Note:
This option works only for California cases and U.S. Supreme Court
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