The Quiet Demise of Deference to Custom : Malpractice Law at the Millennium

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Abstract

Part I of this Article outlines the conventional understanding of medical malpractice law. Part II then describes the quiet movement away from custom that has occurred in the past few decades. Part III explores the possible reasons for this dramatic and fundamental revision of basic malpractice law, and Part IV outlines some of its implications.

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  • Philip G Peters

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