Appellate Division, Second Department Holds Court Approval Necessary Before Recording an Independent Medical Examination to be Used at Trial

This month, the New York Appellate Division, Second Department, considered whether an attorney must obtain permission from the court prior to recording an Independent Medical Examination, and whether failing to provide such a recording to opposing counsel constituted a violation of CPLR 3101. The Court answered both questions affirmatively.

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