Ilse Bock v. UT Medical Group, Inc.

Plaintiff - Appellant: ILSE BOCK, Individually and as next of kin, surviving spouse, next friend and personal representative of Hans Bock, deceased
Defendant - Appellee: UT MEDICAL GROUP, INC.
Case Number: 13-5340
Filed: March 14, 2013
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
Nature of Suit: P.I.: Medical Malpractice

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November 25, 2013 Ilse Bock v. UT Medical Group, Inc.

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November 25, 2013 6111892502 Opinion or Order of the Court Per Curiam OPINION filed : The district court's grant of summary judgment is AFFIRMED. Decision not for publication. Eugene E. Siler, Jr., R. Guy Cole, Jr.,and Deborah L. Cook, Circuit Judges.
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Plaintiff - appellant: ILSE BOCK, Individually and as next of kin, surviving spouse, next friend and personal representative of Hans Bock, deceased
Represented By: Daniel Alan Seward
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Defendant - appellee: UT MEDICAL GROUP, INC.
Represented By: Jerry O. Potter
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