In March 2009, the California Supreme Court granted review in Hertz to address the issue of whether a worker’s inability to participate in vocational rehabilitation due to nonindustrial causes should be apportioned under Labor Code sections 4663 and 4664, as they were amended in 2004 by SB 899. The Court of Appeal had ruled that the statute required apportionment. (see H032438.) Briefing was complete, including several amicus briefs, and the matter was presumably waiting for oral argument. However, the Supreme Court has now dismissed this matter under Cal. Rules of Court, rule 8.528(b). As such, unless the court orders otherwise, the Court of Appeal opinion will remain unpublished