In a climate where pre-dispute arbitration agreements are increasingly being forced upon consumers, the Supreme Court of North Carolina in January dealt a significant blow to these agreements in the physician-patient arena.In King v. Bryant, No. 294PA14, the plaintiff, Mr. King, was referred to Dr. Bryant for evaluation and treatment of inguinal hernias. When he walked in for his initial …
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