As born and raised Californians, we know that California has much to offer: 800 miles of pristine coastline, world-class skiing, stellar wine, 17 professional sports teams. We also like the fact that Californians tend to deviate from the mainstream and have a unique way of looking at the world. The Mama's and the Papas called it "California Dreaming." We also know all too well that Californians have produced some real head-scratching judicial opinions. The recent California decision T.H. v. Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation (Mar. 9, 2016), which the California Supreme Court agreed to review this month, is a real doozy . . . even by California standards.