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Connecticut District Court: Medical peer review privilege must be “intrinsically meritorious” to attach
The United States District Court for the State of Connecticut (the “Court”) granted a motion to compel discovery, finding that in certain cases, if medical peer review privilege is not proved to be “intrinsically meritorious,” a court can decline to recognize it.
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