Not yet online but published on 5 July 2016 was an interlocutory judgment in Arnold v Matsis (per Registrar Bradford, Supreme Court NSW).

The claimant sought leave to administer a number of interrogatories in a claim arising from cervical traction treatment, focusing on various issues including risk warnings said to have been given but which were not detailed in written records.

The court made orders requiring the defendant to answer most of the interrogatories.

 

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