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Case Name: Bourgoyne v. Vo 08/22/2007
Note: [Unpublished] The Special Errand Exception Defeats Summary Judgment.
Citation: B191334
WCC Citation: WCC 32452007 CA
Case Name: Bowen v. WCAB 06/24/1999
Note: Employee hired in CA is covered by CA work comp laws regardless of contract.
Citation: 73 Cal.App.4th 15, 64 CCC 745
WCC Citation: WCC 4201999 CA
Case Name: Boxer, Elkind and Gerson v. WCAB 09/01/1998
Note: No grossly disproportionate attorney's fees in disability cases of similar complexity.
Citation: 63 CCC 1156
WCC Citation: WCC 27121998 CA
Case Name: Boyle v. Certainteed Corp. 03/10/2006
Note: Order for expedited summary judgment for asbestos injury cases based merely on attorney certification is invalid.
Citation: 137 Cal. App. 4th 645
WCC Citation: WCC 31472006 CA
Case Name: Bracken vs. WCAB 09/25/1989
Note: Appellate court is not bound to accept the Board's factual findings where they are unreasonable or otherwise unsupported.
Citation: 214 Cal.App.3d 246
WCC Citation: WCC 29311989 CA
Case Name: Bradshaw v. Park 10/27/1994
Note: DIR's Stop Order not in violation of due process, separation of powers, or 'principle of check'.
Citation: 29 Cal.App.4th 1267
WCC Citation: WCC 24321994 CA
Case Name: Branco v. Race Street Fish & Poultry (WCAB En Banc) 01/31/1978
Note: Lien claimant responsible for 'fair share' of atty. fee award under certain circumstances.
Citation: 43 CCC 10
WCC Citation: WCC 27161978 CA
Case Name: Brannan v. Lathrop Construction Associates, Inc. 05/21/2012
Note: An injured construction worker's negligence claim against the contractor directing the construction project where he was injured failed as a matter of law since he could not establish that the contractor's retained control over the jobsite affirmatively contributed to his injuries.
Citation: A129695
WCC Citation: WCC 38972012 CA
Case Name: Brasher v. Nationwide Studio Fund 09/05/2006
Note: Where statutory process has been followed for spinal surgery second opinion, and the delay is due solely to the DWC's failure to comply with its obligation under section 4062(b), there is no reasonable basis for terminating the second opinion process.
Citation: 71 Cal. Comp. Cases 1282
WCC Citation: WCC 31792006 CA
Case Name: Brassinga v. City of Mountain View 08/20/1998
Note: Good discussion of general employer vs. special employer, with cites.
Citation: 66 Cal.App.4th 195, 63 CCC 987
WCC Citation: WCC 4181998 CA
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