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Res ipsa loquitur under New York law of medical malpractice: Of things that do NOT speak for themselves
(2013)
  • Alex Stein
Abstract

This post analyzes a new important decision of the New York Court of Appeals: James v. Wormuth, --- N.E.2d ----, 2013 WL 3213341 (N.Y. 2013). This decision explains the "foreign object" rule and the operation of the res ipsa loquitur presumption in medical malpractice cases.

Disciplines
Publication Date
Summer June, 2013
Citation Information
Alex Stein. "Res ipsa loquitur under New York law of medical malpractice: Of things that do NOT speak for themselves" in 1:6 STEIN on Medical Malpractice (2013)