A novel suit charging that ‘inhumane’ questions at a medical malpractice deposition caused emotional distress has been disqualified at the starting gate.

An Essex County, N.J., judge on Thursday dismissed the suit, which claimed that a defense lawyer acted tortiously by asking the father of a dead infant whether he felt his wife had played a role in the death by handling the child roughly.

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