Precedential Decisions

Under the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) a decision that contains a significant legal or policy determination of general application that is likely to recur may be designated as precedential (see Government Code section 11425.60). Once a decision is designated as precedential, the Medical Board of California (hereinafter "Board") may rely on it, and parties may cite to such decision in their argument to the Board and courts. The Board adopted section 1364.40, Title 16, California Code of Regulations to implement its authority to designate decisions as precedential.

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  • Advertising Without Use of Name
    MBC-2007-01-Q • Basile, Joseph F. • MBC Case No. 03-2000-108170 • OAH No. N2002050521 • July 27, 2007
  • Aiding and Abetting Unlicensed Practice of Medicine
    MBC-2007-01-Q • Basile, Joseph F. • MBC Case No. 03-2000-108170 • OAH No. N2002050521 • July 27, 2007
  • Compassionate Use Act
    MBC-2007-02-Q • Mikuriya, Tod H. • MBC Case No. 12-1999-98783 • OAH No. N2002110020 • July 27, 2007
  • Disciplinary Action by Another State
    MBC-2015-01-Q • Page, Gary • MBC Case No. 02-2009-197437 • OAH No. 2010080483 • January 30, 2015
  • Examination of Licentiate for Mental Illness or Physical Illness Affecting Competency
    MBC-2013-01-DMQ • Spencer, Edward L. • MBC Case No. 12-2010-205496 • OAH No. 2011070380 • January 31, 2013
  • Expert Testimony
    MBC-2011-01-Q • Meoni, Jill Siren • MBC Case No. 10-2007-185857 • OAH No. 2008100753 • January 28, 2011
  • Standard of Care for Conducting a Medical Marijuana Evaluation
    MBC-2007-02-Q • Mikuriya, Tod H. • MBC Case No. 12-1999-98783 • OAH No. N2002110020 • July 27, 2007
  • Practicing Under a False Name
    MBC-2007-01-Q • Basile, Joseph F. • MBC Case No. 03-2000-108170 • OAH No. N2002050521 • July 27, 2007
  • Unlicensed Practice of Medicine
    MBC-2007-01-Q • Basile, Joseph F. • MBC Case No. 03-2000-108170 • OAH No. N2002050521 • July 27, 2007

* Appealed to the Superior Court, Court of Appeals, or Supreme Court
** Reversed as a precedential decision by the Board