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Lawsuit After Patient Dies After Ketamine Infusion Has Dispute About $5000 Deposition

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, April 5 – Stuart Kloda was getting ketamine injections from Doctor Glen Z. Brooks and NY Ketamine Infusions LCC and died on February 2, 2017. His Administrator and Prosequendum Ricardo Valdes sued.

On January 6, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge John G. Koeltl held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it. 

 At first a lawyer from Florida, not licensed in New York or admitted to the SDNY bar, called in. Then another, from Poughkeepsie.  

On April 5, SDNY Magistrate Judge Katharine H. Parker held a proceeding in the case, which Inner City Press again covered.

  A dispute now is about medical experts, and their cost. The defense expert Dr. Philip R. Muskin charged $5000 for a deposition that took only a few hours, it was alleged.

Judge Parker denied plaintiff's motion for discover and gave it until April 30 to contest the expert's price in writing, in light of a 2007 EDNY case.

The case is Valdes et al v. Brooks et al., 19-cv-617 (Koeltl)


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