Thank you for your question. I will answer them one at a time.
1) Can Judge issue termination sanctions as she not complied with court order for psych exam and paid monetary sanctions late?
Yes. A party to civil litigation
who disobeys an order to disclose evidence may be subject to a variety of other sanctions besides contempt, including the entry of judgment
against him. Neither Cal. Evid. Code § 1070 nor Cal. Const. art. I, § 2(b), protects a party against such sanctions.
New York Times Co. v. Superior Court, 51 Cal. 3d 453, 462 (Cal. 1990)
2) Can Judge rule issue sanctions on her emotional stress as claim for injury since she is not complying with psych exam?
Yes, under the same authority as above.
3) Can I stop media from being in court room or better to keep them so people would know she is lying?
You can ask the judge, but in the end it is entirely within the court's discretion whether or not to allow media in the courtroom.
4) Can I sue her lawyer later for malicious prosecution
if I win?
To establish a cause of action for malicious prosecution, a plaintiff must demonstrate that the prior action (1) was initiated by or at the direction of the defendant and legally terminated in the plaintiff's favor, (2) was brought without probable cause, and (3) was initiated with malice. Because the lawyer is not who initiated the litigation
(it was his client), he is not liable for malicious prosecution. Further, the lawyer has immunity for his statements made while representing a client.
5) Court ordered first and second expert exchange 2 months ago as deadline...trial next month...these expert exchanges never occured from either sides?
Can I still continue trial by a motion as still not finished with depositions of all her doctors...or there is a deadline and trial can't be continued?
Yes, you may request a continuance. However, it is within the judge's discretion to grant it or not since he has already ordered the expert exchanges and those orders have been disobeyed.
5) If judge does not terminate case...can I appeal? he denied summary judgement once?
Not yet. You may not appeal until after the trial.
Overall based on what you are saying, I think you should move to exclude her experts and move to strike her pleadings based on the discovery violations. I think because she has not submitted to discovery, you can exclude her proffered evidence at trial and move for a directed verdict
and win if the judge does not dismiss the case before the trial.
As you are the Defendant, you can exclude her expert testimony
because she has not exchanged anything with you. I don't think you should move for a continuance at this point, as it seems you have grounds to exclude most of her evidence.
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