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Case Name: Nabors v. Piedmont Lumber & Mill 06/09/2005
Note: Apportion based on percentage, not money or weeks.
Citation: 70 CCC 856
WCC Citation: WCC 31012005 CA
 
 
Case Name: Nabors v. WCAB 06/08/2006
Note: 'Formula C' which requires dollar value of previous award subtracted from dollar value of total current permanent disability, is correct method for calculating apportionment.
Citation: 140 Cal. App. 4th 217
WCC Citation: WCC 31632006 CA
 
 
Case Name: National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh, Pa. v. Cambridge Integrated Services Group Inc. 02/11/2009
Note: A third-party administrator owed a duty of care to let a bank's excess insurer know the circumstances of a costly claim it allegedly mishandled.
Citation: A120072
WCC Citation: WCC 34912009 CA
 
 
Case Name: Navarro v. A&A Farming; Western Growers 02/13/2002
Note: ERISA preempts LC 132a.
Citation: 67 CCC 145
WCC Citation: WCC 28392002 CA
 
 
Case Name: Navarro v. A&A Farming; Western Growers (II) 03/28/2002
Note: Successive petitions for reconsideration on duplicate issues not permitted; ERISA preempts 132a
Citation: 67 CCC 296
WCC Citation: WCC 28492002 CA
 
 
Case Name: Nazir v. United Airlines, Inc. 10/09/2009
Note: A court's inherent power to exercise a reasonable control over all proceedings connected with the litigation before it extends to motions for summary judgment.
Citation: A121651
WCC Citation: WCC 35702009 CA
 
 
Case Name: Nelsen v. WCAB 09/22/1970
Note: Employer credit against future benefits not applicable where concurrent negligence found.
Citation: 11 Cal.App.3d 472
WCC Citation: WCC 23841970 CA
 
 
Case Name: Nelson & Sloan v. WCAB 03/07/1978
Note: Remanded to Board to make supplemental award of reasonable attorney fees.
Citation: 79 Cal.App.3d 51
WCC Citation: WCC 26331978 CA
 
 
Case Name: Nestle v. WCAB and Ken Ryerson 01/17/2007
Note: An order dismissing appellant's petition for reconsideration as untimely was unreasonable when reconsideration was sought within 20 days of service of an amended order that effected a substantial and material change in the award and involved a judicial act.
Citation: 146 Cal. App. 4th 1104
WCC Citation: WCC 32042007 CA
 
 
Case Name: New United Motors Manufacturing, Inc. v. Workers' Compensation Appeals Board 08/15/2006
Note: The court found that the WCAB ordered a penalty based on a misinterpretation of the relevant statute, and found that no proper basis exists for the WCAB's award of -attorney fees under section 5814.5.
Citation: 141 Cal. App. 4th 1533
WCC Citation: WCC 31732006 CA
 
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