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Corenbaum v. Lampkin (2013) 215 Cal.App.4th 1308 (amicus)

Court of Appeal holds unpaid amount of medical bills inadmissible to show future medical or noneconomic damages

Cotton v. Starcare Med. Group, 2012 Cal.App. Unpub. LEXIS 1782

GMSR’s clients, two Medicare-funded HMOs, are defendants in the underlying action alleging wrongful death and elder abuse. They had successfully demurred to plaintiffs’ claims on the ground, among others, that the plaintiffs’ state law claims against them were preempted by the federal Medicare Act. After

Coffee House v. Superior Court, 2012 Cal.App. Unpub. LEXIS 263

Shooting victims failed to show that any breach of duty by café proprietor caused their injuries

Miller v. Ron Taylor Drilling, 2011 Cal.App. Unpub. LEXIS 6635

The defendant’s vehicle, traveling at about 3 or 4 miles per hour, tapped the plaintiff’s car, which was waiting at a traffic light. The plaintiff later had two major back/neck operations, which that he attributed in his lawsuit to the accident, and his wife claimed

Price v. Stossel (9th Cir. 2010) 620 F.3d 992

Ninth Circuit holds that district court erred in dismissing GMSR’s client’s express defamation claim against ABC on anti-SLAPP grounds.


Bowman v. Wyatt (2010) 186 Cal.App.4th 286

Standard jury instruction, CACI 3704, misstates employee/independent contractor tortfeasor test. Peculiar risk doctrine inapplicable to driving unloaded dump truck

Bazzini v. Technicolor, Inc., 2010 Cal.App. Unpub. LEXIS 390

Plaintiffs, a husband and wife, sued the husband’s former employer, GMSR’s client, for injuries allegedly resulting from the husband’s exposure to chemicals in his job. Plaintiffs asserted they were not limited to workers’ compensation remedies because GMSR’s client fraudulently concealed that the husband’s exposure to


Holmes v. Tsou, 2010 Cal.App. Unpub. LEXIS 338

Plaintiff sought treatment for her fractured wrist from GMSR’s client, defendant orthopedist. The orthopedist concluded that surgery was not a reasonable option for her, performed a nonsurgical procedure instead and never discussed surgery with her. Plaintiff then sued the orthopedist, alleging that he was negligent

Cabral v. Ralphs Grocery Company (2009) 179 Cal.App.4th 1

Wrongful death action arising from collision with truck stopped next to freeway