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March 18th

February 28th

Preparing for Deposition as the Defendant Physician

By David P. Burke

The deposition of the defendant physician is critical to the successful defense of a medical malpractice or elder abuse claim.  The plaintiff takes the physician’s deposition to evaluate two things: the medicine and the witness talking about the medicine. Like most activities, the keys to the deposition are preparation and execution. The first article in this series will address four areas of preparation that will greatly assist the defense.  

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