Date archive: June 2015

Tennessee court says defense counsel for medical entity can communicate ex parte with non-party treating physicians employed by entity, which has independent right to discuss patient treatment with its own employees

In Hall v. Crenshaw, 449 S.W.3d 463 (Tenn. App. 2014), a plaintiff filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against Johnson Clinic, among other defendants, alleging wrongful death arising out of treatment rendered to the plaintiff’s decedent. Plaintiff sought the depositions of two physicians employed by the Clinic who had treated decedent during the relevant timeframe but…

Withdraw! Withdraw! Withdraw! Redux

Attorneys can run afoul of the rules of professional conduct in a variety of ways. One of the most common ways is by ignoring a client’s matter. The Ohio Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline recently sanctioned an attorney for just that. On review, the Ohio Supreme Court then upheld the majority of the…


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