The Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeal, in an opinion not designated for publication, reaffirmed that once a party has been dismissed from the litigation by a summary judgment, that former party cannot be named on the verdict form and cannot have any percentage of fault attributed thereto.Quinn v. State of Louisiana, DOTD, 2009-0085 (La.App. 1 Cir. 12/23/09). See also Bowie v. Young, 2001-0715 (La.App. 3 Cir. 3/20/02), 813 So.2d 562, 569-570, writ denied, 2002-1079 (La.6/21/02), 819 So.2d 335; and Duzon v. Stallworth, 2001-1187 (La.App. 1 Cir. 12/11/02), 866 So.2d 837, 853-854, writs denied, 2003-0589 (La. 5/2/03), 842 So.2d 1101, 1110 (“when the court determines that a party or nonparty is not negligent [is dismissed on summary judgment], he may not be considered in the allocation of fault, and subsequent evidence may not be admitted to establish his fault.”).