In his most recent New York Law Journal article, “The Role of Judicial Admission in Medical Malpractice Defense” John Lyddane writes: In a world of litigants sharing their most private affairs with total strangers, and inexpensive data storage of virtually every detail of their lives, the potential for securing admissions by opposing litigants demands attention in discovery. It is useful to examine what constitutes an admission, and how admissions are best employed.

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