Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Medical malpractice news from Pennsylvania

Max Kennerly of the Trial and Litigation blog reports several interesting medical malpractice cases from Pennsylvania in which  defendant lawyers or their clients have been sanctioned for improper conduct.

First, there is a comment on the difficulty plaintiffs face in finding doctors to testify as expert witnesses against other doctors and an account of the sanctions imposed on the attorney for a physician for an attempt to intimidate a witness (here).

Third, here is another account of sanctions against doctors and hospitals for improper conduct.

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