NJ Justices Won't Weigh In On Medical Malpractice Jury Form

Law360, New York (October 25, 2013, 7:34 PM EDT) -- The Supreme Court of New Jersey on Friday declined to hear a medical malpractice suit despite its use of a controversial jury instruction form, one an appellate panel called flawed and in need of revision even as it refused to disturb the jury's verdict.  

New Jersey’s high court denied certification to James Flood, who sought to reverse a jury’s verdict in favor of Bhanu Aluri-Vallabhaneni, a radiologist who screened Flood’s daughter prior to her death due to complications from a bowel obstruction. An appellate panel in...
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