Jackson et al v. Keeney et al
||Mark Jackson and Lynette Jackson
||Gary L. Keeney, Mayo Clinic and Mayo Collaborative Services, LLC
||September 7, 2017
||US District Court for the District of Minnesota
||XX US, Outside State
||Tony N. Leung
||Susan Richard Nelson
|Nature of Suit:
||Personal Injury- Medical Malpractice
|Cause of Action:
|Jury Demanded By:
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|March 28, 2019
ORDER ON MOTIONS IN LIMINE. Plaintiffs' Motion for AttorneyConducted Voir Dire 63 is DENIED. Plaintiffs' Motion to Exclude Hearsay Comment in Medical Record 64 is DENIED. Plaintiffs Motion Regarding AftertheFact Diagnosis 67 isDENIED. Plaintiffs Motion to Exclude Nebraska Lawsuit 70 is GRANTED; except reference to the Nebraska lawsuit may be made for proper impeachment purposes. Plaintiffs' Motion to Exclude Reference to Chewing Tobacco or Ecigarette Use 73 is DENIED. Plai ntiffs' Motion Concerning Marital Issues 76 is GRANTED,as unopposed. Defendants Motion to prohibit Plaintiffs' treating pulmonologist, Dr. Cantral, and Plaintiffs' other disclosed nonpathology experts from stating expert opinions reg arding pathology standards of care 87 is GRANTED in part and RESERVED in part. The Court reserves ruling on this motion until Dr. Cantral's testimony at trial; however, the remainder of Defendants' motion is granted because Plaintiffs sta ted at the pretrial thatthey do not intend to ask such questions. Defendants' Motion in Limine to prohibit improper arguments 87 is RESERVED. Defendants' Motion in Limine to prohibit attorneys and experts from commenting about personal practices 87 is GRANTED as unopposed. (Written Opinion) Signed by Judge Nancy E. Brasel on 3/28/2019. (KMW)
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