In a case involving the early passing of a 25 year-old actor/model from testicular cancer, CG&P secured dismissal of the decedent’s estate’s claims for medical malpractice, lack of informed consent, loss of services, and wrongful death. Plaintiff alleged that the decedent was deprived of a substantial opportunity for a cure of his metastatic cancer as a consequence of the medical mismanagement on the part of the defendants in diagnosing, treating and monitoring his testicular cancer. At the conclusion of discovery, the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York, held that CG&P established that its client, a radiation oncology center, was entitled to summary judgment and dismissed all claims. The Court found that CG&P demonstrated that its client was neither negligent nor vicariously liable for the decedent’s treating physicians’ alleged negligence. The case was handled by CG&P Partner Michele Levin and Associate Christopher Rogers.