A firm defending an anesthesiologist in a malpractice suit faces possible disqualification from the case for its work representing a non-party doctor who gave deposition testimony in the matter.

The Superior Court determined Scranton firm Scanlon, Howley & Doherty violated a rule limiting the discovery of parties’ treating physicians when it took on the plaintiff’s surgeon as a client.

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