Medical Monitoring, Shield Law for Journalists, Bidding at Auction

, New York Law Journal

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In their New York Court of Appeals Roundup, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett partners Roy L. Reardon and William T. Russell Jr. discuss three decisions handed down in December where the court found that the statute of frauds did not enable a successful auction bidder with "buyer's remorse" to avoid his obligation to complete the purchase, applied New York's journalistic shield law to protect a reporter from being required to disclose her sources in an action brought in Colorado, and declined to recognize a cause of action for medical monitoring.

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