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Case Name: Bray vs. WCAB 06/30/1994
Note: Psyche injury arising solely out of termination not compensable.
Citation: 26 Cal.App.4th 530, 59 CCC 475
WCC Citation: WCC 28281994 CA
Case Name: Brennfleck v. WCAB 01/20/1970
Note: 4703 applies where deceased has putative spouse and still supporting first spouse.
Citation: 3 Cal.App.3d 666, 35 CCC 7
WCC Citation: WCC 25921970 CA
Case Name: Brightwell v. IAC 04/19/1965
Note: Attesting witnesses need not be present when employee signs.
Citation: 30 CCC 127 (Writ Denied)
WCC Citation: WCC 25891965 CA
Case Name: Brodie v. WCAB 05/03/2007
Note: The Fuentes formula remains the correct one to apply in apportioning compensation between causes of disability.
Citation: 40 Cal. 4th 1313, 72 CCC 565
WCC Citation: WCC 32212007 CA
Case Name: Brodie v. WCAB 08/30/2006
Note: Apportionment under SB 899 requires subtracting the current monetary value of prior awards from monetary value of current disability .
Citation: 142 Cal. App. 4th 685
WCC Citation: WCC 31762006 CA
Case Name: Brooks v. City of Los Angeles 12/20/2017
Note: A California appellate court ruled that a police officer who established that he had been permanently and totally disabled could not assert a viable claim of disability discrimination against his former employer for refusing to rehire him.
Citation: B280579
WCC Citation: Los Angeles County Super. Ct. No. BC582450
Case Name: Brooks v. WCAB 04/18/2008
Note: Under the current statutory scheme state employees are limited to a maximum of two years of combined temporary disability indemnity.
Citation: F053350
WCC Citation: WCC 33462008 CA
Case Name: Brown v. Mission Filmworks, LLC 12/06/2012
Note: Two friends who produced a short film together did not create an employee-employer relationship, and so the one who was ousted from the project could not assert a claim for unpaid wages.
Citation: B239005
WCC Citation: WCC 39572012 CA
Case Name: Brown v. Mortensen 06/16/2011
Note: When a debt collector has illegally disclosed confidential patient medical information, that patient may sue under California's Confidentiality of Medical Information Act, without having to worry about federal preemption issues, the California Supreme Court concluded Thursday.
Citation: S180862
WCC Citation: WCC 37732011 CA
Case Name: Brown v. Ralphs Grocery Company 07/12/2011
Note: Concepcion does not apply to representative class actions filed under the Private Attorney General Act, and that employees cannot waive their right to participate in such suits.
Citation: B222689
WCC Citation: WCC 38122011 CA
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