Lawyer's Line of Questioning Prompts Fine, Causes Mistrial

, New York Law Journal


The judge in a nursing home negligence case said a Wilson Elser attorney repeatedly and inappropriately referenced the psychiatric history of a deceased woman whose estate was suing the facility and ordered the firm to pay its adversary as much as $35,800 in legal fees and costs.

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