Brown v. Mortensen, No. B199793
In plaintiffs' suit against their former dentist and others for allegedly disclosing their and their minor children's confidential medical information in violation of the Confidentiality of Medical Information Act, trial court's rulings sustaining defendant's demurrer on certain causes of action and dismissing certain claims is affirmed as, although the causes of action at issue are not impermissibly vague or confusing, the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act preempts plaintiffs' claims against defendant.
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Filed January 29, 2010
Opinion by Judge Chaney
For Appellant: Law Offices of Robert A. Brown, Robert A. Brown; Law Offices of Lyle F. Middleton and Lyle F. Middleton
For Appellee: Carlson & Messer, David J. Kaminski and Stephen A. Watkins
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