Cases

Mar 06, 2003 Martin Stein Civil Procedure, Healthcare Law
Legesse v. Alta Bates Medical Center (2003) 2003 Cal.App. Unpub. LEXIS 2195

The Court of Appeal affirmed the dismissal, agreeing with the trial court that plaintiff lacked standing to pursue any claim relating to allegations that her daughter’s consent to an abortion was coerced and that she also lacked standing to maintain the lawsuit in pro per on behalf of her daughter. In affirming a demurrer, plaintiff was also found repeatedly not to have alleged facts sufficient to sustain a cause of action on her own behalf for infliction of emotional distress.

Case Briefs

  • Legesse v Alta Bates Medical Center Respondents Brief - View Document
  • Legesse v Alta Bates Medical Center Opinion - View Document