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August 13, 2012

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Avon

This case is potentially of national significance. My state has "zone of danger" liability only, unless there's gross negligence; so the new DC rule appears to me to come out of the blue.

It's important whether the new DC rule was based on law from any other states. If there's a trend, lawyers nationwide should know it.

Zoe Tillman

Thanks for noting that, I've corrected the typo.

-Zoe

jorge

"A blood test showed he wasn't HIV-positive, but the lab results for was mistakenly filled out to diagnoses him as HIV-positive."

Huh?


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