Nothing in the record raised an inference that a fiduciary relationship existed between a hospital program director and a resident while the parties were negotiating the plaintiff's role in the surgical residency program and allegations that the director sometimes praised or criticized the plaintiff's performance and certified surgical residents' performance records did not suffice to establish anything other than a form of a student-teacher relationship.
Golek v. Saint Mary's Hospital, Inc.
Connecticut Appellate Court
January 26, 2012
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