Without reaching an analysis on the merits, a federal judge in Maine has rejected a personal injury firm’s bid to invalidate a state law that seals judicial decisions in medical malpractice cases made during mandatory prelitigation panel meetings.

Gideon Asen, a firm that specializes in medical malpractice litigation, filed the lawsuit against State Court Administrator James T. Glessner in his official capacity.

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