Tag Archives: Montaño v. Frezza

“Editorial: Subjecting out-of-state M.D.s to NM law risky”

Yesterday the Albuquerque Journal ran this editorial about Montaño v. Frezza, which is pending in the New Mexico Supreme Court. The case involves a New Mexico plaintiff who allegedly suffered malpractice at the hands of a physician in Texas who worked … Continue reading

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“NM vs. Texas — Whose law wins?”

Scott Sandlin has this article in today’s Albuquerque Journal about the Montaño v. Frezza case pending before the New Mexico Supreme Court. I’ve previously written about this case here. The plaintiff is a New Mexico resident who underwent gastric bypass surgery at … Continue reading

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The Frezza case: does it threaten New Mexicans’ ability to obtain medical care in Texas?

Due to an apparent shortage of qualified physicians in southern and eastern New Mexico, many residents of our state must seek medical care in Texas (usually in El Paso, Amarillo, and Lubbock). Earlier this year, the Court of Appeals held, … Continue reading

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