The effect of the motion to lay side, informally pass or temporarily pass is merely to pass the bill or measure, in the course of consideration of the calendar, without prejudice to the matter passed. Such a motion is not given any privilege by the rules. It is subject to the subsidiary motions and is not debatable.
Antitrust Alert: California Supreme Court Passes on the "Pass-On" Defense for California Antitrust Claims.(Case overview)
Jul 26, 2010; In its July 12, 2010, decision in Clayworth v. Pfizer, Inc., the California Supreme Court rejected the "pass-on" defense for...