Tomorrow morning, the Supreme Court will file its first 2020 opinion, in United Educators of San Francisco v. California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board, which was argued on the November calendar.  (Briefs here; oral argument video here.)

After tomorrow there will be five undecided November cases and four more regular opinion filing days within the 90-day period.  Because of post-argument briefing, there is also one October calendar case left to be decided within the same time period — the death penalty appeal in People v. Frederickson.

United Educators presents issues concerning the entitlement of substitute teachers and other on-call paraprofessional employees to unemployment insurance benefits when they are not called to work during a summer school term or session.  The court granted review in September 2016.

The opinion can be viewed tomorrow starting at 10:00 a.m.