A panel of the Georgia Court of Appeals has affirmed trial judges' discretion to decline to allow medical malpractice defendants to privately interview plaintiffs' treating physicians without getting the plaintiffs' permission. Defense lawyer Brantley Rowlen (above) says limits on defendants' ability to interview treating physicians is unique in civil litigation.
Panel: Judges can deny defense talks with doctors
November 27, 2012
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