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December 16, 2004

Medical courts

In November, Phil Howard of Common Good chimed in here on Point of Law to make the case for specialized medical courts for medical malpractice cases. According to an article in today's National Law Journal, at least four states -- Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania -- are considering such a proposal.

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Medicine and Law



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