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Civil Procedure – Attorney-Client Privilege – Inadvertent Disclosure – Waiver Test (access required)

A doctor facing a med-mal suit filed by a plaintiff he treated for a work-related wrist injury cannot prevent her from introducing a letter the doctor wrote to his lawyer disclosing his potential negligence in reading key x-rays, a letter that was inadvertently disclosed to plaintiff when the doctor’s practice group hired a third party ...

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