• Superior Court
  • V13-6037871S
  • Jun 06 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Scholl, J.
Allegations that a pharmacy did not follow directions to refrain from substituting a generic version of a drug sound in medical malpractice, as opposed to ordinary negligence, because the defendant's pharmacist was required to use his or her judgment as a health care provider.

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