March 29, 2019
Megan D. Hargraves, Benjamin D. Jackson, Devin R. Bates
Health Care, Litigation
Last month, we wrote that the Arkansas Court of Appeals had recently affirmed the critically important quality-assurance privilege in Arkansas, codified at Arkansas Code Annotated section 16-46-105. We also noted that that the Plaintiff was seeking review of the Court of Appeals’ decision with the Arkansas Supreme Court. Yesterday, in a short order, the Arkansas Supreme Court denied Plaintiff’s petition for review. The result is that the Court of Appeals’ decision remains intact, protecting the quality-assurance privilege in Arkansas.
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