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Case Name: Melman v. PDF Solutions, Inc. 03/22/2013
Note: A former corporate officer with multiple sclerosis could not prove that his company terminated him on the basis of his disability as a matter of law.
Citation: H037703
WCC Citation: WCC 39962013 CA
Case Name: Mendez v. LAUSD 04/09/2013
Note: A Los Angeles Unified School District clerk who decided to file a civil action against her employer and an elementary school teacher who she says attacked her instead of filing a workers' compensation claim is not entitled to a tort claim.
Citation: B240919
WCC Citation: WCC 40002013 CA
Case Name: Mendiola v. Crestwood Behavioral Health 12/31/1969
Note: A California appellate court ruled that a health care worker was limited to a remedy through workers’ compensation for her injuries from an assault by a mentally ill patient.
Citation: C082345
WCC Citation: Super. Ct. No. 34-2013- 00147943-CU-WT-GDS
Case Name: Mendoza v. Brodeur 08/18/2006
Note: It was was premature to require the employee to come forward with evidence to show a triable issue of fact when the employer had not shifted the evidentiary burden.
Citation: 142 Cal. App. 4th 72
WCC Citation: WCC 31742006 CA
Case Name: Mendoza v. Huntington Hospital 06/03/2010
Note: [En Banc] AD Rule 30(d)(3) is invalid because it conflicts with sections 4060(c) and 4062.2 and exceeds the scope of section 5402(b).
Citation: ADJ6820138
WCC Citation: WCC 36342010 CA
Case Name: Mendoza v. United Air Lines 08/05/2009
Note: [Unpublished] Because Mendoza failed to give any notice of intent to contest the tentative ruling, she waived her right to challenge that ruling.
Citation: A122632
WCC Citation: WCC 35502009 CA
Case Name: Mercer-Fraser Co. v. IAC 01/06/1953
Note: Employer's duty for safe workplace not absolute as to liability under 4553.
Citation: 40 Cal.2d 102, 18 CCC 3
WCC Citation: WCC 24101953 CA
Case Name: Mercier vs. WCAB, City of Los Angeles 04/20/1976
Note: Where factors of disability from different injuries overlap apportionment is applicable.
Citation: 16 Cal.3d 711
WCC Citation: WCC 29761976 CA
Case Name: Merritt v. Equinox Fitness Woodland Hills, Inc. 12/27/2018
Note: A California appellate court revived an injured personal trainer’s discrimination action against his former employer, finding that he was disabled for purposes of the Fair Employment and Housing Act.
Citation: B266534
WCC Citation: Los Angeles County Super. Ct. No. BC532180
Case Name: Messele v. Pitco Foods, Inc. 09/26/2011
Note: A Sept. 27 decision by the California Workers' Compensation Appeals Board has opened a can of worms for the Division of Workers' Compensation, which is now giving attorneys an opportunity to request new qualified medical evaluator panels if the previous panels weren't selected according to the timing endorsed by the WCAB.
Citation: ADJ7232076
WCC Citation: WCC 38172011 CA
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