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Contesting Discovery Orders

Physicians frequently receive questionable discovery requests. These may concern patients or the physicians' personal affairs. A physician who does not believe that the request is proper may ask his or her attorney about quashing it. The judge may quash it--rule that the request need not be complied with--or, more commonly, modify the request to limit the information that is provided.


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