The Los Angeles Daily News editorializes that “Gov. Jerry Brown most likely will be remembered for big-ticket projects like the bullet train, but his less headline-grabbing judicial appointments may reach further.”  The editorial concludes that decisions made by the Governor’s three appointees to the Supreme Court “will remain as Brown’s legacy long after the governor is gone.”  In part linking to one of our blog posts (thanks), the Daily News also states that the “[m]edical malpractice damages cap and defendants’ rights will be early tests” for “[t]he young crop of judges.”