Videotaping IMEs: a Corollary to Defense Surveillance

, New York Law Journal

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In their Trial Advocacy column, Ben Rubinowitz and Evan Torgan write: Our first article on the topic of secretly taping so-called "independent medical examinations" was met with wide criticism by certain members of the defense bar. However, if we are to achieve fairness in the adversarial process, and if trials are to remain reliable means of discovering the truth, then both sides must be permitted to use covert video surveillance where appropriate.

Originally appeared in print as Videotaping IMEs: a Corollary to Defense Surveillance of Plaintiffs

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