Calling a defense medical malpractice expert a ‘”$400,000 lounge singer”‘ during closing arguments does not require a new trial, the state Superior Court ruled last month.

Plaintiffs’ attorney Thomas J. Duffy Jr. called neuroradiology expert Dr. Todd Siegal a “‘$400,000 lounge singer’” during closing arguments in Gregory v. Malik , according to the unpublished decision issued by President Judge Kate Ford Elliott, Judge Mary Jane Bowes and Senior Judge Stephen J. McEwen Jr. on Dec. 22.

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