In a decision that blows the door wide open for plaintiffs seeking records in medical malpractice cases, a common pleas court judge has ruled in an apparent case of first impression that records from disciplinary board proceedings are not harbored from discovery under the Peer Review Protection Act.

For the past few years, Pennsylvania law on peer review protection has been see-sawing continuously between favoring defendants and plaintiffs.

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