Professional Self-Regulation or Witness Intimidation?

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Matthew Passen discusses the increased use of medical society "peer review" authority to discipline what the medical societies deem to be unethical or improper medical expert testimony in medical malpractice cases. Mr. Passen addresses the question whether victims of witness intimidation or improper medical peer review abuse have a viable cause of action against the medical societies.

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Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Civil Remedies Updates, Civil Rights Updates, Personal Injury Updates, Professional Malpractice Updates

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