Medical Monitoring Cause of Action Rejected
In his Complex Litigation column, Herzfeld & Rubin member Michael Hoenig discusses the Court of Appeals' rejection of an independent equitable cause of action for medical monitoring, in this case on behalf of heavy smokers who were not diagnosed or suspected of having lung cancer, an issue that has split sister states' high courts.
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