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December 22, 2004

Speaking of suing tort reformers

...the Atlanta legal paper has the latest on that lawsuit claiming that an infomercial made to promote medical liability reform in Georgia inflicted a privacy invasion on a now-deceased patient pictured fleetingly in the video (although it seems the daughter of the incapacitated woman did, in fact, sign a release approving the filming). For more on the case, see "Running tort reform ads? See you in court", Oct. 25.

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