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1) Official Citations Khajavi v. Feather River Anesthesia Medical Group 84 Cal. App. 4th 32 [100 Cal. Rptr. 2d 627](2000) Starzinski v. Capital Public Radio 88 Cal. App. 4th 33 [105 Cal. Rptr. 2d 525](2001) 2. Case Briefs Khajavi v. Feather River Anesthesia Medical Group Facts Plaintiff Nosrat Khajavi, who is an anesthesiologist, was terminated under an oral contract stating for a specified term. This was caused by a dispute over the plaintiff and a ophthalmologist on how the proceeding should be on the specific surgery that happened that happened in the operating room which lead to an bigger argument. The ophthalmologist’s brother was the head of the anesthesia group. Then Feather River Anesthesia…show more content…
[of] a decision, policy or practice" that Khajavi reasonably believed, consistent with the standards of his profession, impaired his ability to provide medically appropriate health care to a patient within the meaning of section 2056. Indeed, the trial court had considered the evidence sufficient to go to the jury on this claim before it erroneously narrowed its interpretation of section 2056. Conclusion The court ruled that Feather River Anesthesia Medical Group has breached its oral employment and awarded him. Starzinski v. Capital Public Radio Facts In 1979, plaintiff Charles Starzynski was working as a program director for Sacramento radio stations, which includes KXPR and KXJZ, which was owned by Capital Public Radio. His supervisor assured Charles that employment would not be terminated if his work performance were satisfactory. Later, the plaintiff signed a written contract stating that the radio station or he can “terminate the employment relationship at any time, with or without cause or advanced notice”. Plaintiff later resigned from the radio station but later filed a complaint against Capital Public Radio station for wrong discharge that violated
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