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Case Name: Tensfeldt v. WCAB 08/20/1998
Note: Conviction of fraud bars applicant from receiving any compensation under 3207.
Citation: 66 Cal. App. 4th 116
WCC Citation: WCC 4021998 CA
 
 
Case Name: Terra Linda Farms, Inc., et al v. California Fair Employment and Housing Commission 01/19/2012
Note: Substantial evidence supported a Fair Employment and Housing Commission decision to award two female workers $96,575 in damages.
Citation: F059869
WCC Citation: WCC 38452012 CA
 
 
Case Name: Tevis v. Spare Time Part 1/2 10/16/2017
Note: A California appellate court revived a worker’s disability discrimination claim after she allegedly suffered a psychological injury because of pervasive harassment by her supervisor.
Citation: C074938
WCC Citation: Super. Ct. No. 34201100116411CUWTGDS
 
 
Case Name: Tevis v. Spare Time Part 2/2 10/16/2017
Note: A California appellate court revived a worker’s disability discrimination claim after she allegedly suffered a psychological injury because of pervasive harassment by her supervisor.
Citation: C074938
WCC Citation: Super. Ct. No. 34201100116411CUWTGDS
 
 
Case Name: The Earthgrains Co. v. WCAB (Hansen) 07/03/2008
Note: [Unpublished] From the WCAB's opinion and the evidence provided with the petition for writ of review, it is impossible to determine the WCAB's basis for concluding Hansen became permanent and stationary on August 24, 2006.
Citation: F054600
WCC Citation: WCC 33922008 CA
 
 
Case Name: The People v. Crystal Caldwell 04/20/2011
Note: An applicant must serve a sentence of at least three years on formal probation for workers' compensation fraud and attempted perjury, thanks to a claims examiner's hunch and surveillance video.
Citation: B222055
WCC Citation: WCC 37492011 CA
 
 
Case Name: The People v. Kinya Jeanette Atlas-Hearn 04/22/2011
Note: A trial court did not err by failing to give jury instructions that explained the rules regarding use of circumstantial evidence in the trial of a bus driver accused of workers' compensation fraud because the prosecution relied on direct evidence.
Citation: E049871
WCC Citation: WCC 37522011 CA
 
 
Case Name: The Traveler's Property Casualty Company of America v. Actavis, Inc. Part 1/2 06/11/2017
Note: The 4th District Court of Appeal has ruled that two commercial general liability insurance carriers have no obligation to defend a group of pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors from lawsuits in California and Illinois over their alleged deceptive marketing practices for opioid medications.
Citation: G053749
WCC Citation: Super. Ct. No. 30-2014-00746842
 
 
Case Name: The Traveler's Property Casualty Company of America v. Actavis, Inc. Part 2/2 06/11/2017
Note: The 4th District Court of Appeal has ruled that two commercial general liability insurance carriers have no obligation to defend a group of pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors from lawsuits in California and Illinois over their alleged deceptive marketing practices for opioid medications.
Citation: G053749
WCC Citation: Super. Ct. No. 30-2014-00746842
 
 
Case Name: Thomas v. City of Los Angeles 12/06/2012
Note: The 2nd District Court of Appeals overturned a $705,804 verdict in favor of a former Los Angeles police officer on his disability discrimination claims based on prejudicial errors in the instructions issued to the jury at trial.
Citation: B229265
WCC Citation: WCC 39562012 CA
 
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