Defendant infighting benefits plaintiffs

November 2009
Healthcare Risk Management;Nov2009, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p126
The article reports on the benefits gained by plaintiffs when co-defendants clash during litigation as stated by Jeffrey Kimmel, a partner with the law firm Salenger, Sack, Schwartz & Kimmel, in New York City.


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