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Defendant Doc Can't Be Questioned As An Expert (access required)

A med-mal plaintiff could not use a defendant surgeon's testimony on how to perform gastric bypass surgery as a springboard to question the doctor on the standard of care for this popular surgical treatment for obese patients, the Supreme Court of Virginia has ruled. The new case is Smith v. Irving (VLW 004-6-141). The unanimous opinion ...

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