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MICRA Cap Applies to Unsupervised Conduct?

MICRA Cap Applies to Unsupervised Conduct?

MICRA Cap Applies to Unsupervised Conduct Leading to Death of Child? Attorney Benjamin Ikuta recently wrote an article analyzing a case whose ruling demonstrates exactly how unjust the cap on noneconomic damages is under the Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act...

MICRA Magnifies Problems with the California Medical Board

MICRA Magnifies Problems with the California Medical Board

Attorney Benjamin Ikuta recently wrote a powerful article on medical malpractice, Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act (MICRA) caps, and the little-known ways in which medical boards often protect medical professionals over the health and safety of the general...

Grabowski Ruling Will Help Ensure a Fair Arbitration Process

Grabowski Ruling Will Help Ensure a Fair Arbitration Process

Attorney Benjamin Ikuta recently issued an analysis of Grabowski v. Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. (Cal. Ct. App. No. D076968) a landmark Kaiser arbitration case. The analysis, published in The Los Angeles Daily Journal, explains that the case is critical in...

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