in Michigan Court of Appeals (Unpublished Civil), Opinion Digests
June 6, 2022
Where a judge in a medical malpractice suit involving a family practitioner granted the defendants’ motion to strike the plaintiff’s standard-of-care expert, there was no error, as the plaintiff did not demonstrate that during the year immediately preceding the alleged malpractice, the expert devoted a majority of her professional time to the instruction of students in family practice medicine.
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