I attended the court hearing between BCS and LASD this afternoon. The judge was most concerned about whether her continuing jurisdiction would allow her to rule given the facts have changed from the orginal 2009-10 lawsuit.
BCS cited 2 cases that they thought set precedent, but the judge didn't seem impressed by those. She said couldn't find any case that was similar to this one.
I did find it VERY interesting that when it conveniently serves their desires, BCS can drop the whole "integrated K-8 curriculum" argument. BCS did not even mention once the facilities provided to them at Blach, instead focusing only on facilities carved out from Egan and only their K-6 program. Of course the offer LASD made was a holistic one, and BCS could place their 6th and even their 5th grade classes at Blach if they truly were interested in balancing students across acreage.
I'm not a lawyer, but it seems likely that Judge Lucas will disallow the continuation. Then it's just a question of whether BCS has the audacity to file yet another lawsuit knowing the evidence and arguments that LASD and Huttlinger will bring.