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September 24, 2004

Ohio med-mal crisis

Discussed by Sydney Smith at MedPundit, with connections to this fall's races for seats on the state's high court. For more on the Ohio Supreme Court, see Overlawyered, here, here, here and here, among other places.

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Medicine and Law



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The Manhattan Insitute's Center for Legal Policy.