• Connecticut Supreme Court
  • Connecticut Supreme Court
  • SC 18798
  • Apr 23 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Zarella, J.
The doctrine of res judicata does not preclude a second medical malpractice action when the first action, challenged for failure to attach a good faith certificate or opinion letters required by C.G.S. §52-190a, properly should have been tested, not by way of motion to strike, but, rather by motion to dismiss, the granting of which would not constitute a judgment on the merits.

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