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Major Documents in the Class Action Lawsuits Against CalPERS

There have been two class action cases filed against CalPERS on behalf of members who purchased air time, military time or certain other optional service credit, then went out on industrial disability retirement, and who have received little or nothing for their investments.

Robert Marzec, et al. v. CalPERS:

The most recent case is Robert Marzec, et al. v. CalPERS, filed on May 18, 2011. You can read the major documents filed in the case here:

• Plaintiffs' Class Action Complaint
• Court Order Staying All Proceedings
• CalPERS' Notice of Related Case
• Plaintiffs' Opposition to Notice of Related Case
• Court order relating cases and transferring case to Judge Mohr
• Motion re VCGCB compliance
• Memo in support of motion re VCGCB compliance
• Declaration in support of motion re VCGCB compliance
• CalPERS' opposition to motion re VCGCB compliance
• CalPERS' declaration in opposition to motion re VCGCB compliance
• Reply in support of motion re VCGCB compliance
• Supplemental declaration in support of motion re VCGCB compliance
• Joint Initial Status Conference Report

David Yost, et al. v. CalPERS:

The first case filed was David Yost, et al. v. CalPERS, which was filed on September 2, 2010. It was dismissed by the Superior Court on March 16, 2011, and is now on appeal. You can read the major documents in the case here:

• Plaintiff's Complaint
• Joint Initial Status Conference Statement
• Plaintiff's First Amended Complaint
• CalPERS' Demurrer to First Amended Complaint
• CalPERS' Points and Authorities In Support of Demurrer
• Plaintiff's Opposition to Demurrer
• Plaintiff's Request for Judicial Notice in Opposition to Demurrer
• CalPERS' Reply Supporting Demurrer
• CalPERS' Request for Judicial Notice in Support of Demurrer
• Plaintiff's Supplemental Request for Judicial Notice in Opposition to Demurrer
• Plaintiff's Further Status Conference Statement
• CalPERS' Objection to Plaintiff's Further Status Conference Report
• Plaintiff's Opposition to CalPERS' Application to Strike Plaintiff's Further Status Conference Report
• Order Sustaining CalPERS' Demurrer
• Plaintiff's Notice of Appeal