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Medical Malpractice – Subpoena – Attorney-Client Privilege (access required)

A med-mal plaintiff cannot have documents from the physician-president of defendant doctor’s current practice group that are protected by the work-product doctrine, including e-mail communications between the president, defendant and defendant’s lawyer, but plaintiff may subpoena materials not covered by the attorney-client privilege or the “common interest” doctrine, says a Roanoke City Circuit Court. Defendant filed ...

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