Thomas A. Moore, senior partner at Kramer, Dillof, Livingston & Moore, and Matthew Gaier, a partner at the firm, write that a notice to admit in a malpractice action should never inquire about the standards of care, causation, or any other matter that is properly the subject of expert opinion, nor should they be used to seek admissions as to any issue that a party should reasonably anticipate to be seriously contested at trial.
Notices to Admit in Medical Malpractice Actions
New York Law Journal
October 2, 2012
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