DEFENSE MISCONDUCT LEADS TO THIRD MED-MAL TRIAL Eggemeyer v. Jefferson | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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DEFENSE MISCONDUCT LEADS TO THIRD MED-MAL TRIAL Eggemeyer v. Jefferson

11 No. 2 WJMEDMAL 4By Nicole Banas, Contributor, Westlaw JournalsWestlaw Journal Medical Malpractice (Approx. 4 pages)

DEFENSE MISCONDUCT LEADS TO THIRD MED-MAL TRIAL Eggemeyer v. Jefferson

11 No. 2 WJMEDMAL 4By Nicole Banas, Contributor, Westlaw JournalsWestlaw Journal Medical Malpractice (Approx. 4 pages)

11 No. 2 Westlaw Journal Medical Malpractice 4
Westlaw Journal Medical Malpractice
*1 June 25, 2015
Misconduct
By Nicole Banas, Contributor, Westlaw Journals
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DEFENSE MISCONDUCT LEADS TO THIRD MED-MAL TRIAL

Eggemeyer v. Jefferson

A medical malpractice case must be tried a third time because the defendant surgeon and his attorney violated court orders prohibiting the parties from introducing new theories or defenses at the second trial, the Kentucky Court of Appeals has ruled....
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