No Need For Justices To Review Arbitration Case, Patient Says

By Emma Cueto (September 5, 2017, 5:06 PM EDT) -- A former patient at a Florida women's health provider told the U.S. Supreme Court there's no reason for the high court to hear the provider's appeal, saying the Florida Supreme Court was right to determine the patient was not bound by an arbitration clause based on state law and that the provider never brought up the Federal Arbitration Act until after the decision.

Women's Care Florida LLC and Dr. Eileen Hernandez, who were accused by Lualhati Crespo and her husband of medical malpractice over the stillborn birth of the couple's child, were wrong to claim that the case had any relevance...

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