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Doctor's blog sinks malpractice defense

Interesting article from the National Law Journal:

"In a surpise move by opposing counsel in a recent malpractice suit, the defendant was revealed on the stand to have written prejudicial comments about the trial on his personal Web log. The case settled out of court the next day. Plaintiff's lawyer Elizabeth Mulvey says attorneys would be wise to make sure clients have not posted information on the Internet that could affect a trial."  (sub. req.)  [RJ]

June 14, 2007 in Blogs in the Law | Permalink


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