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This story originally appeared in The National Law Journal, an American Lawyer affiliate.

A federal appeals court has shot down a Massachusetts consumer protection case against two doctors, a medical journal and its publisher over an allegedly flawed article cited by defendants in birth-injury medical malpractice cases.

That means plaintiffs’ attorneys will have to challenge the article’s validity in each case in which the defense wishes to cite it.

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