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Mednik v. State Dept. of Health Care Serv., No. B193269

By FindLaw Staff on July 01, 2009 4:26 PM

Trial court order denying plaintiff's petition for writ of mandate is affirmed where: 1) plaintiff's exclusion from the Medi-Cal program amounted to disbarment and he therefore has a liberty interest at stake; 2) plaintiff has not identified any aspect of the administrative appeal procedure in connection with his temporary suspension and denial of reenrollment which fell short of the demands of due process; and 3) there is no support for plaintiff's allegation that the trial court lacked the complete administrative record.   

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Appellate Information
APPEAL from a judgment of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County, Dzintra Janavs, Judge. Affirmed.
Filed: June 30, 2009

Opinion by EPSTEIN, P.J.

For Plaintiff: Landau & Landau, Bruce G. Landau; Law Office of Laura Seraso and Laura Seraso.
For Defendant: Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Attorney General, Douglas M. Press, Assistant Attorney General, Richard T. Waldow, Erin S. Kubota and Gala E. Dunn, Deputy Attorneys General.

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