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Personal Injury

‘Howl-O-Scream’ Park Injury Prompts Suit (access required)

A woman who alleges injury from stepping off an “unprotected and invisible drop” at Busch Gardens’ Howl-O-Scream event cannot have her premises liability suit remanded to state court; although defendant park says plaintiff has fraudulently joined a defendant “John Doe” ...

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Doctor Emails Protected by ‘Patient Safety’ Privilege (access required)

The federal Patient Safety Act privilege covers email communications between defendant doctor and the hospital’s designated patient safety officer, even if the emails were never actually sent to a “patient safety organization,” and the Norfolk Circuit Court denies plaintiff’s motion ...

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