Negligence with consent?

Defendants in medical negligence trials occasionally attempt to show the jury informed consent forms even where the plaintiff has not pleaded or argued a lack of informed consent. Though the lack of relevance seems obvious, there is a paucity of legal authority on the subject. A very recent New Jersey case, however, provides some very persuasive guidance.In Ehrlich v. Sorokin, 2017 N.J. Super …

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