Siding with the University of Miami, an appeals court upheld the constitutionality of a 2011 state law designed to shield some medical schools and doctors from liability in medical-malpractice cases.

A three-judge panel of the Third District Court of Appeal rejected a series of constitutional arguments raised by attorneys for plaintiffs who alleged malpractice by University of Miami medical school doctors working at Jackson Memorial Hospital.

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