This case, released on March 22, 2013, holds that the common-law rule is that non-economic damages may not be recovered for destruction of property. The case sets important parameters with respect to the current court’s view of when and how the common-law should be adhered to, and how it should go about being changed. This aspect of the opinion will certainly be a guide for many future cases the Court is currently considering.
I will write more about the case later. For now, here is the opinion: Price v. High Pointe Oil, LLC