Aggressive Defense of Invasion of Privacy Claims Results in Dismissal of Action

A prominent hospital faced a claim of invasion of privacy where an administrator shared the details of a nurse’s performance evaluation with employees.  The employer filed a motion for summary judgment and moved to compel the mental examination of the plaintiff.  While those motions were pending, plaintiff dismissed the action with prejudice.


Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles


Amy S. Williams

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