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October 21, 2009
Massachusetts Recognizes Medical Monitoring Cause of Action
On Monday, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts recognized medical monitoring as a viable cause of action in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The SoL is governed by the discovery rule. The opinion in Donovan v. Philip Morris USA [pdf] is here: Download Donovan Decision.
Beck & Herrmann analyze the decision here.
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